Mozilla has announced the latest version of Firefox, sporting a new look and improved user experience.
Apple is ramping up its efforts to protect user privacy, including a feature in iOS 14.5 that will mask IP addresses in Safari.
Apple and Epic may be fighting it out in court, but it appears a path has been cleared for Fortnite to return to iOS devices.
Apple unveiled the next version of macOS, named “Big Sur.” The design of the OS features a number of refinements.
Apple’s Safari web browser joins the Tor browser as one of only two that fully block all third-party cookies.
DuckDuckGo is the preeminent privacy-oriented search engine and the company is taking it a step further by releasing a tool to help expose hidden tracking.
In an effort to improve web security, Apple’s Safari browser will only accept HTTPS security certificates that expire in 398 days or less.
Apple may (finally) be on the verge of allowing other apps to be set as the defaults in iOS.
The Register is reporting on a new feature in an upcoming version of Google Chrome that has privacy-conscious users worried. A recent API called getInstalledRelatedApps may allow websites to determine what apps are installed on a user’s device. At first…
Google released its Q4 and fiscal year 2014 financial results on Thursday with full year revenue up 19% year-over-year at $66 billion and revenue of $18.1 billion for the quarter, which was a 15% year-over-year increase. During the company’s conference…