When Steve Jobs announced the iPad in January 2010, he joked about the following line he read in the Wall Street Journal: "Last time there was this much excitement about a tablet, it had some commandments written on it."
What many people didn't know was that the iPad would become the first successful entry in a decade-old tablet market, with Apple having sold at least 15 million iPads to date.
Privacy buffs may soon have a reason to calm down a few notches about advertisers and corporations tracking their online moves.
Google and Mozilla recently announced they will bring features to their browsers, Chrome and Firefox, respectively, that should prevent advertisers from collecting private data about users and tracking users' actions on the Internet.
Google intends to do this through the use of a browser extension for Chrome named "Keep My Opt-Outs," and Mozilla intends to do this through a planned feature for Firefox.