Google has agreed to create its upcoming Privacy Sandbox “with regulatory oversight and input” from the UK CMA.
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Last week, DuckDuckGo announced that it was adding App Tracking Protection to its mobile app on Android and I've been using it for a few days.
If you’re using Windows 11 and Chrome, you can now get a more native look in Google’s browser by enabling an optional new feature.
The latest version of the well-regarded 1Password password management service is now available on 64-bit versions of Windows 10 and 11.
Mozilla announced a paid version of its privacy-first Firefox Relay service, which helps you protect your identity online.
Call it the Teamsification of Microsoft Edge: the software giant revealed that it will add yet another superfluous feature to its web browser.
The creator of EdgeDeflector said this week that the latest Insider build of Windows 11 now blocks all default browser workarounds.
Today, Apple announced a new offering called Business Essentials, a subscription for small businesses with up to 500 employees.
Meta---the company formerly known as Facebook---today announced new integrations between Workplace and Microsoft Teams.
In another legal blow to the online giant, the EU General Court ruled against Google’s appeal of a 2017 antitrust verdict related to shopping services.
Mozilla announced this morning that its flagship Firefox web browser is now available via the Microsoft Store in Windows 11 and 10.
Microsoft revealed this week that it will no longer support OneDrive on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 starting on March 1, 2022.
Microsoft has announced that it will host a virtual education event on Tuesday, November 9 that will include “new technology.”
At its Ignite virtual conference this week, Microsoft announced major updates to Office.com and the Office app for Windows.
At its Ignite virtual conference this week, Microsoft announced that Test Base for Microsoft 365 is now generally available.
If you have a Linux-capable Chromebook, you can now install Microsoft Edge for Linux and see what an Edgebook would be like.
Not willing to be left out of the hype around the metaverse, Microsoft has announced Mesh for Microsoft Teams.
The Fluid Framework is coming to life as Microsoft Loop, a new Microsoft 365 application that takes collaboration beyond the traditional document.
Microsoft Ignite is the software giant’s biggest conference, and while it’s still virtual this time around, there’s a lot more to report.
In addition to delivering major Photoshop updates on desktop and iPad, Adobe today announced it is bringing Photoshop to the web.
A new report from Microsoft accuses Russia of launching cyberattacks against technology service providers in the global IT supply chain.
As part of its ongoing push to eliminate Google from our daily web experiences, Brave is removing Google Search as its default search engine.
This week, Vivaldi upgraded its flagship desktop web browser to version 4.3, adding several useful new improvements.
Long the darling of the open-source crowd, Mozilla’s Firefox web browser has received some questionable updates in recent days.
Microsoft is now testing a smooth scrolling feature for Excel for Windows and expects to bring it to the stable version of the app soon.
In a new report, Microsoft states that Russia is responsible for more nation-state cyberattacks than all other nations combined.
In an open letter, four of Google’s search rivals call on the EU to actually address the search giant’s dominance in a meaningful way.