Items tagged with Incognito

Well, that was fast—websites have already found another end-around in Google's Chrome browsers to detect when a user is running in a private session, otherwise known as Incognito mode. This is an obvious privacy concern, though realistically, some users are simply ticked at not being able to easily thwart paywalled websites. This was supposed to have been addressed in the recent Chrome 76 update. For several years, websites have been able to leverage the FileSystem API in Chrome to detect if a user is running in Incognito mode. Sites requiring a subscription to access content—otherwise known as a paywall—could therefore block access during a private browsing session. In Chrome... Read more...
Starting Cyber Monday (Nov. 30), Sprint will be offering the SANYO Incognito SCP-6760. This basic feature phone offers a full QWERTY keyboard and a 2 megapixel camera. One of the cool things about this phone is its Titanium Black mirrored surface with an OLED external display and glow-through keypad buttons that provide haptic feedback when touched. To satisfy mega-messengers and social networkers, the Incognito also features a flip-open full QWERTY keyboard and a 2.6-inch QVGA internal display. Incognito includes popular media and messaging applications such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter from the Sprint One Click carousel. Sprint Navigation, Sprint NFL Mobile Live, NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile,... Read more...