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Firefox updates Android and desktop betas with treats for privacy, font snobs

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The Firefox folks have been talking up the latest additions to the browser's beta streams for Android and desktop users. If you've signed up for the former, then you'll soon see open-source fonts Charis and Open Sans replacing the default lettering in the OS, for a more "visually appealing and clear reading experience" -- as well as some HTML5 compatibility tweaks. On the desktop side, users will find more granular "do not track" options as well as letting you now re-open tab thumbnails that you'd previously closed. As for us? We're still waiting for the G-Fox version of the beta, where we navigate the internet through the power of cuddling.

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