Firefox aims to eradicate notification popups in early 2020
In 2020, Firefox could become the first web browser to impose a default block on notfication popups that are increasingly common on a wide range of websites, reports ZDNet. The Mozilla Foundation, the developer of Firefox, is planning to block the display of notification popups that are increasingly present on today's websites. According to research conducted by Mozilla, an immense majority of users dismiss these notifications, which they perceive as an annoyance, comparable to intrusive advertising popups. Let's not forget that this perception is in part fueled by the fact that notification popups are often used to spread spam.
Firefox makes it easier to send links between VR and desktop . Tidal adds Dolby Atmos Music to its HiFi tier. Some of our stories include affiliate links . If you buy something through one of these links , we may earn an affiliate commission.
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Firefox is making it a little easier to bounce between VR and real life. In a new update for, Firefox has introduced the ability to send videos and tabs straight to your VR headset from your phone or desktop, and vice versa -- you'll be able to send tabs straight to your phone or desktop to access as soon as you take your headset off.
It's a small tweak but one that does away with the clumsy process of retracing your steps withand wonky URLs -- something that Firefox is clearly mindful of, as it's also introduced the ability to copy and paste text links. Just press and hold to get a menu of choices. Also as part of the update, which rolls out today, are six new languages and custom keyboards for Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch and Polish.
Firefox challenges Chrome with full browser voice controls – here's how to try them .
Search the web, manage tabs, and control sound and video on websites with natural spoken commands.You can use your voice to search the web using your chosen search provider, but that's not all; Firefox Voice also allows you to manage tabs in your browser, and control media that's playing on websites (ideal for streaming services and YouTube).