• Google Quietly Adds DuckDuckGo To Chrome As Antitrust Scrutiny Grows

    2 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Chrome 73 for desktop recently launched with a variety of great new features and now there appears to have been at least one less reported inclusion too - the addition of DuckDuckGo as a default search engine option. The new option wasn't found in Google's reported changes but applies to over 60 global market regions. That includes the US, UK, and Canada.
    Users who want to adjust the search engine option can find DuckDuckGo under the settings menu in the three-dot menu at the top-right-hand side of the UI. In "Settings," that's found under the "Search engine" subheading and can be changed...
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  • Google adds DuckDuckGo as search option

    Google adds DuckDuckGo as search option

    2 monthes ago - By Tech Radar

    Google has expanded the list of default search engines in a recent update to the chromium engine, which powers its popular Chrome browser , to give users more choice when deciding how they wish to search. The search giant has expanded its search engine lists to include more privacy-focused search engines such as DuckDuckGo in over 60 global markets. The changes are part of the Chromium 73 stable release and could help Google counter backlash over rising privacy and antitrust scrutiny from government agencies.
    DuckDuckGo's location searches are now powered by Apple Maps How to become...
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  • Google adds privacy-focused DuckDuckGo search engine to Chrome

    2 monthes ago - By Beta News

    Update to Chrome 73 and you might be in for a ­bit of a shock. With absolutely no fanfare whatsoever, Google has added DuckDuckGo to the list of search engines available in its web browser. In fact, the company has updated the default list of search engines it offers in over 60 markets, but it is the addition of privacy-focused DuckDuckGo that comes as the most welcome surprise. See also: DuckDuckGo reminds ignorant users that many websites ignore browsers' Do Not Track privacy requests Privacy-centric DuckDuckGo shuns Google and turns to Apple Maps for location-based searches DuckDuckGo...
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  • Duo for Web gets featured on Google Search homepage, Chrome new tab page

    Duo for Web gets featured on Google Search homepage, Chrome new tab page

    2 monthes ago - By 9to5Google

    Just a couple of weeks ago, Google launched the ability to perform Duo calls on the web. Now, the company is featuring that new ability with advertisements on the Google.com homepage and also on Chrome's new tab page.
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  • Google Chrome adds DuckDuckGo as search engine option in 60 countries, Qwant in France

    Google Chrome adds DuckDuckGo as search engine option in 60 countries, Qwant in France

    2 monthes ago - By 9to5Google

    For the vast majority of users right now, Google is the go-to search engine on the web. There are a number of other options, though, and after some antitrust complaints in the past few years, Google is making some changes to promote healthy competition. That now includes the arrival of DuckDuckGo as a default search engine provider on Google Chrome.
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