The Taiwan Company Hon Hai Precision Industry, which is also known as for Foxconn, in cooperation with Mozilla non-profit organization developed the mobile device on the Firefox operating system operating system. The Foxconn and Mozilla device will present on joint press action in Taipei on Monday, June 3. The type of the device doesn’t reveal, however according to Focus Taiwan it will be a tablet. Foxconn becomes the fifth partner of Mozilla among the companies, which are producers of devices. Earlier to release devices on Firefox operating system promised Alcatel, Huawei, LG and ZTE. Besides, Mozilla agreed about distribution of devices on this system with 18 mobile network operators.
According to Bloomberg, Google has announced that it will be including a ‘Do Not Track’ button in Chrome. When activated, the user’s browsing history will not be given away to Google and other web services for tailored ads. This new feature falls in line with previous reports about Microsoft, Google and Apple offering more noticeable privacy disclosures in their apps and services. Amid swirling discussion on how tech companies handle privacy issues, Google on Thursday became the latest Internet giant to support adding a ‘Do Not Track’ button to its Web browser.