Apple has quietly revealed that it will implement an anti-tracking policy for its WebKit browser engine that’s based on Mozilla’s.
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Thanks to the open-source nature of Chromium, Microsoft has had its first major and positive impact on Chrome, Google’s web browser.
Months after releasing it as an extension, Google revealed that it will simply build its Password Checkup into the Chrome browser.
Google announced this week that it is adding assignable reminders to its Assistant to help families or housemates stay organized.
Microsoft will make improvements to the Read Aloud feature in Edge in the new Chromium-based version of the browser.
Back in June, Microsoft revealed that it would finally offer OneDrive storage tiers above 1 TB, albeit only to paying Office 365 customers.
Microsoft is releasing the first build of version 78 of Edge Dev, and it comes with a ton of new features and fixes, including a number of dark theme improvements.
Instagram is getting a new Effects Gallery section within Instagram Stories where users can explore these new AR effects created by other Instagram using Spark AR.
Twitter says you will be able to follow things like "Travis Scott" or "Apple" to see tweets about those topics directly on the homepage.
New report indicates Facebook working on a full-blown dark mode for mobile devices as part of its FB5 redesign.
WordPress.com owner Automattic has purchased Tumblr off Verizon for an undisclosed amount, plans to continue the controversial ban on adult content.
After using the Firefox Quantum brand for two years, Mozilla will rebrand its flagship product to the more obvious name Firefox Browser.
Microsoft announces new partnership with Reliance Jio to power Jio’s devices and employees, as well as local businesses in India.
This week’s Samsung event included a major Microsoft presence that makes the Note 10 launch far more interesting and significant.
Twitter can get really noisy at times. And to help you focus on your actual life, Twitter is working on a new feature that will allow you to take a short break from all the noise.
Less than three years after it launched Google Trips, Google is killing the service and rolling some features into other services.
Thanks to the stratospheric success of Windows in the 1990s, Microsoft was initially blind to the biggest threat it would ever face.
Microsoft will demonstrate Office and Your Phone integration at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch next week.
Continuing a years-long push to phase out its insecure legacy technologies, Microsoft has announced a new milestone for VBScript.
As I write this, we’re about two-thirds of the way through this year’s home swap, which is taking place near Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Apple said Thursday that it is suspending a program that “grades” Siri voice commands issued by users because of privacy concerns.
Starting next year, Google will provide Android users with a choice of five search providers to comply with an EU antitrust ruling.
Thanks to blockbuster smartphone sales in China, Huawei generated $58 billion in revenues in the first half of 2019, a gain of 23%.
Microsoft this week highlighted the improvements it delivered across Microsoft 365 during the month of July.
Google has released Chrome 76, the latest version of its web browser, adding a new PWA install experience and other features.
Facebook is reportedly talking with Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Disney, and others to get their respective TV streaming services on its upcoming hybrid TV chat device.
GitHub is restricting developers from Iran, Syria, and Crimea following new restrictions placed by the U.S. government, and developers aren’t happy.