Brave users can access content on IPFS via ipfs:// URLs
Google's new initiative called 'Privacy Sandbox' aims to boost users' privacy on the web
Extensions to support IPFS, DAT and Secure Scuttlebutt announced by Mozilla
Mozilla reveals new features for desktop and Android users
Enterprises should have a browser strategy insists Google's Oliver Madden
Bloated browsers raising security risks for users
Mozilla promises faster Firefox for browsers who like having hundreds of tabs open
Spoof URLs look exactly like the real thing thanks to the way top browsers interpret Punycode
It's a big wide web, why explore it with the same old browser?
New Firefox exploit targeting Tor users looks a lot like an old one...
Passwords saved on web browsers aren't as secure as they should be, warn security specialists
Hackers can exploit third-party browser add-ons to steal user data
Ad trackers and other web watchers to lose out as Mozilla plans tighter privacy options
Electronic Frontier Foundation announces new 'Do Not Track' policy for web browsing to boost privacy
EFF teams up with coalition of web firms in effort to enable web users to have more choice over who can track their browsing and data
Adobe (finally) patches the security flaws exposed by the Hacking Team crack - while Oracle and Microsoft sneak out their Hacking Team patches
Lenovo finally offers full apology over Superfish debacle - while Microsoft rushes out fish
Mayer describes deal as 'most significant partnership for Yahoo in five years'
Intex Cloud FX will 'enable the masses to get a smartphone experience at the cost of a feature phone', says phone manufacturer
Firefox will not be turned into "a mess of logos sold to the highest bidder", claims Firefox VP
We round up the biggest headlines from another packed show
410 is firm's first 64bit ARM chip for smartphones
European researchers have discovered an increasing number of websites tracking users without their knowledge using 'device fingerprinting'
Testing company Sauce Labs reveals the crash and error rates of various browsers - IE6 the worst
Snapdragon 200 line delivers dual and quad-core ARM chips for entry level devices