Firefox to put ads in new tabs

Browser to highlight sponsored websites, Twitter's new design looks like Facebook, and malware apps pose as Flappy Bird.

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In this episode of Update:

- Get set to spot sponsored websites when opening up new tabs in your Firefox browser.

- See if you're one of the few with the new Twitter profile (which happens to look like a Facebook page).

- Get a software update for your Prius to fix a hybrid-system defect.

- Avoid downloading Flappy Bird apps from third-party Android app stores. It's likely malware disguised as the over-hyped game.

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