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Twitter debuts a Lite version for emerging markets

Twitter launched Thursday a “Lite” version of its service that runs from the browser on a smartphone, in a bid to attract customers in emerging markets who have flaky Internet connections or are wary of spending too much on data. ...

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Wanna banish autoplay videos from your browser?

We’ve all been there: You’re casually surfing the web when your speakers suddenly start booming with the sound of a video you never asked to play. Ugh. Talk about obnoxious. Awful as they may be, unfortunately, autoplay videos are all ...

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Mozilla scraps Firefox’s ‘Aurora’ dev track

Mozilla today announced it would drop one of Firefox’s preview tracks that have let customers test early versions of the browser before wider deployment. Companies running Firefox, and testing the browser using the “Aurora” track, will be automatically migrated to ...

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Microsoft’s Edge browser is pretty dull

I recently saw an article where someone spent a week using Microsoft Edge, the company’s struggling web browser that can’t get out of single-digit usage. After a quick glance, I decided to stop reading because I would do a similar ...

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The real meaning of a merged channel strategy

There has been a wide range of thoughts about the meaning of physical store closings, coming from some major retail thinkers and various major media news outlets. But the underlying assumptions in almost all of these arguments are flawed. They ...

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