Facebook has disclosed the cause of its outage Monday, one of the worst in its history, and misconfigured routers were to blame.
Important news coverage of 9/11 has been lost as a result of Adobe Flash being discontinued.
In what is becoming a regular occurrence, Google has issued another Chrome update to fix a number of issues, including seven serious security flaws.
Microsoft is under fire for (once again) abusing its Windows platform to push its own web browser, reminiscent of its actions in the mid-90s.
Windows 11 is set to be one of the most anticipated software releases of the…
Mozilla is preparing for the inevitable version 100 of its Firefox browser, testing to make sure a triple-digit user agent won’t break the browser.
Google has officially launched Search Console Insights for all users.
Mozilla has ended support for FTP in Firefox 90, citing security concerns with the aging protocol.
Major websites, including The Washington Post, New York Magazineand the Huffington Posthave been flooded with hardcore porn.
Microsoft is putting auto-play web videos in its crosshairs, turning off the feature by default in an upcoming Edge update.