The makers of the world’s most popular web browsers are teaming up to improve the security and usability of browser extensions.
Recent Apple Safari Stories
Apple normally ships new versions of its Safari web browser with new macOS releases, but the firm didn’t release macOS Big Sur this week.
According to a very specific chart, Microsoft Edge is now the second most-often-used web browser on desktop. I have questions.
An academic study about the privacy implications of various web browsers has incorrectly cited problems with the new Edge.
Apple has implemented what it calls “full third-party cookie blocking” in Safari, making its web browser even more private.
Google researchers found multiple security flaws in a privacy feature on Apple's Safari browser, which ironically left user's data exposed to hackers.
Web browsers are, by far, the most important applications we use on desktop and mobile. But privacy matters.
A new web browser extension will allow you to view Thurrott.com---and most of the web---in dark mode. It works with all popular browsers
Apple has quietly revealed that it will implement an anti-tracking policy for its WebKit browser engine that’s based on Mozilla’s.