Mozilla to offer premium services, Waze gets Assistant integration
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CEO Chris Beard says Mozilla wants to add more subscription services to the mix in order to add income to the company.
Everything Mozilla currently offers for free will stay so, company will likely add premium services beginning this fall.
It's not known yet what kinda services Mozilla is talking about the company's $10 a month VPN, which began last October might need more security and Tracking Protection is on the way.
Google has finally integrated its assistant in two ways.
The social navigation app that lets drivers report accidents slowdowns, and more Of course such a tool lends itself to driver distractions so voice enabled functionalities seemed like a no brainer.
Look for the new integration rolling out soon.
And finally, a new study says Google makes $4.7 billion in revenue from news publishers but the company disputes the numbers, saying the study ignores the value Google provides The driver of subscriptions, traffic, and ad revenue.
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