What's in the latest Firefox update? More anti-tracking and money-making (for Mozilla) searches

  1. What’s in the latest Firefox update? More anti-tracking and money-making (for Mozilla) searches  Computerworld
  2. Firefox 63 released with ‘always-on’ tracking protection  ZDNet
  3. Firefox 63 advanced tracking protection blocks bad cookies  SlashGear
  4. Testing new ways to keep you safe online – Future Releases – The Mozilla Blog  The Mozilla Blog
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Study: Tracking of personal data by third-party apps is getting out of control

  1. Study: Tracking of personal data by third-party apps is getting out of control  BGR
  2. YouTube’s beta program will test stability, not new features  TechCrunch
  3. Why Android Phone Prices in Europe Might Start Heading Higher  Motley Fool
  4. Google News app bug is using up gigabytes of background data without users’ knowledge  The Verge
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Firefox 63 released with Enhanced Tracking Protection to block third-party cookies

  1. Firefox 63 released with Enhanced Tracking Protection to block third-party cookies  The Verge
  2. Firefox 63 blocks tracking cookies, offers a VPN when you need one  Ars Technica
  3. Firefox tweaks ad tracker blocking to avoid breaking websites  CNET
  4. Firefox 63 arrives with Enhanced Tracking Protection, search shortcuts, and Picture-in-Picture on Android  VentureBeat
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Oculus talks the controller tracking limitation of Quest

  1. Oculus talks the controller tracking limitation of Quest  VentureBeat
  2. Oculus’ Quest is the first true VR game console  The Verge
  3. Facebook launches Oculus Quest, an All-in-One wireless VR headset  Dignited (blog)
  4. ‘Star Wars’ VR Series ‘Vader Immortal’ Puts You Inside Darth Vader’s Castle (Watch)  Variety
  5. Will Facebook’s Oculus Quest headset help VR become a reality?  The Indian Express
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Hurricane Florence Remnant (Invest 98L) Tracking West, Threatens Rain to North Carolina (Lastest Forecast Models)

  1. Hurricane Florence Remnant (Invest 98L) Tracking West, Threatens Rain to North Carolina (Lastest Forecast Models)  Newsweek
  2. Tropical Storm Kirk gaining speed in Atlantic  CNN
  3. Tropical Storm Kirk to Face Caribbean Wind Shear Later This Week; Invest 98L to Brush Carolinas With Showers  The Weather Channel
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Treyarch working on Black Ops 4 battle royale PC beta crashes and aim tracking bug

  1. Treyarch working on Black Ops 4 battle royale PC beta crashes and aim tracking bug  PC Gamer
  2. ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’ Blackout Player Wins Game With a Basketball  Comicbook.com
  3. Black Ops 4 Beta: You MUST play the Call of Duty Beta this weekend – Here’s why!  Infosurhoy
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Dozens of iOS apps surreptitiously share user location data with tracking firms

  1. Dozens of iOS apps surreptitiously share user location data with tracking firms  Ars Technica
  2. Google Go hits 10 million installs on Play Store – an indicator of Android Go’s success?  Android Police
  3. Fortnite’s Example Is Why Google Should Consider Cutting Its Revenue Share on Google Play  Forbes
  4. iOS 12 features: What will the download include and when is it released?  Mirror.co.uk
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Shadow of the Tomb Raider New Trailers Showcases Xbox One X Enhancements, Eye Tracking

  1. Shadow of the Tomb Raider New Trailers Showcases Xbox One X Enhancements, Eye Tracking  Wccftech
  2. Top New Game Releases This Week On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC — September 9-15  GameSpot
  3. Shadow of the Tomb Raider Release Date Broken Internationally  NDTV
  4. New games coming out this week | Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Frozen Synapse 2, NBA 2k19, NHL 19 and more  Telegraph.co.uk
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Tracking marine migrations across geopolitical boundaries aids conservation

A new study uses tracking data for 14 species of migratory marine predators, from leatherback turtles to blue whales and white sharks, to show how their movements relate to the geopolitical boundaries of the Pacific Ocean. The results provide critical information for designing international cooperative agreements needed to manage these species.
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