Ars Technica: Most mobile browsers display the Web, that’s it—Vivaldi Mobile can change that

Ars Technica: Most mobile browsers display the Web, that’s it—Vivaldi Mobile can change that. “Vivaldi—makers of the power user’s favorite Web browser—has finally released a mobile version. Vivaldi for Android (sorry iOS users, it’s Android-only for now) brings most of what’s great about Vivaldi to your phone, and thanks to Vivaldi’s sync service, you can even have all your desktop data on your mobile device.”

Techradar: Google Chrome is in danger of becoming Windows – everyone uses it, but no one loves it

Techradar: Google Chrome is in danger of becoming Windows – everyone uses it, but no one loves it. “You may remember a few weeks ago I let out a howl of rage about how sick I was of Google Chrome using up so much RAM in my PC. While it was certainly cathartic to write out all my frustrations, the response to the article was illuminating. What struck me was how many readers contacted me who agreed, while sharing their own frustrations with Chrome.”

Lifehacker: How to Share Chrome Browser Tabs Across Devices

Lifehacker: How to Share Chrome Browser Tabs Across Devices. “Google is finally rolling out a convenient new tool for sharing Chrome tabs between devices. Cross-device tab sharing has been in Chrome Canary builds for a few months, but now appears to be available for many users in the stable desktop and mobile versions as well. We’ll show you how to enable the setting and share tabs from both desktop and mobile.”

Lifehacker: Organize Your Browser Tabs with OneTab, but Back Them Up, Too

Lifehacker: Organize Your Browser Tabs with OneTab, but Back Them Up, Too. “I love OneTab, and you should, too. It’s an incredibly easy way to take the nightmare of tabs you’ve been saving in your browser window and condense them all into a single, easy-to-scan web page. I use this extension constantly, and it has helped me turn my overflowing tab problem into a more manageable mess.”

BetaNews: Firefox Quantum 69 strengthens default anti-tracking protection, can block all autoplay content

BetaNews: Firefox Quantum 69 strengthens default anti-tracking protection, can block all autoplay content. “Mozilla has released Firefox Quantum 69.0 for desktop, along with Firefox for Android 68.1 and Firefox ESR 68.1.0. The new release switches on Enhanced Tracking Protection features by default, extends block autoplay to cover all videos (not just those with sound) and improves performance on Windows 10 machines. The Android release marks the browser’s move to the ESR channel.”