Posted October 04, 2018 11:38:05 If you’ve ever wanted to give CEO’s ad-blocking apps a run for their money, now might be your chance.
In a new patent filing, the company is trying to bring back the ad-friendly browser that many big tech companies use to allow them to earn money.
The patent, which was first reported by Business Insider, says that a user might be able to create a personalized browser that is designed to be ad-compatible, but that allows the user to still earn revenue from ads.
For instance, if a user visits a particular website, the browser could be designed to display an advertisement for the site in the upper-right corner.
The ad would appear alongside the site’s other content, including the name of the company, its website URL, and the user’s contact info.
In theory, the user could also block ads from displaying in other areas of the browser.
That could be useful for advertisers who don’t want to pay for ads that aren’t shown on the website.
For example, if an advertiser wanted to advertise on a specific blog post that is linked to a particular ad, they could click on the link to get to the site and then see the ad.
The user could then click the “hide” button on the ad, which would show the site.
If the user then went back to the same blog post, they would see the same ad, but they would also be shown a pop-up window to block the ad as well.
In other words, users could get a better experience with ads while still getting the same experience as with no ads.
The patented browser would allow advertisers to make money without having to spend the money they might normally spend on ads.
While the patent describes the browser as being “designed to be ads-compatible,” the patent doesn’t say what ad-blockers users might be using.
A spokesperson for Microsoft told Recode that it doesn’t plan to add any ad-blocks to the upcoming version of its Windows 10 operating system, and that Microsoft is still working on making its browsers more ad-safe.
The Patent Office has not issued any new or updated patents for the browser, so it’s not clear how the patent could work in practice.
The company is also looking to bring a “clean, ad-less” browser to the market.
The first of its competitors, the Chromium browser, is already available for Chrome and Safari, and it’s the only browser that has been approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Apple also uses ad-matching technology in its iOS devices, which allow users to easily block certain ads that they might not want to see.
That means that if Apple wants to bring ad-filtering to Android devices, it’s going to have to do something similar for Chrome, which means Google’s browser is going to be an obvious target.