Safari

Happy birthday Safari! Thanks for changing everything

There was once a time when the "mobile" web was significantly different from the "real" one, but that bridge has been gapped over the past 10 years thanks – primarily – to Apple's browser.

Android Army

The state of the browser war as we enter 2013

The face of Internet browsing continues to shift, ever-so-slowly, with Internet Explorer's market share dropping as more people take up Google's Chrome alternative.

Web

How can the EU accuse Microsoft of stifling competition, but Apple gets a pass?

Microsoft may be on the hook for up to $7.4 billion thanks to a glitch that stopped offering users a choice over which browser to use, but how come an increasingly dominant Apple has escaped antitrust allegations?

Apple

Is it time to say goodbye to Java?

A new raft of Java vulnerabilities raise the question: Should everyday computer users to ditch Java?

Computing

Google’s $22.5 million FTC penalty is not enough: Here’s why

As reports circulate Google is about to enter into a record privacy settlement with the FTC, just how bad is Google's privacy record compared to other major tech companies?

Computing

Apple’s iPads to get two competitor web browsers to Safari

If you've been feeling as if your iPad needed another Internet browser that wasn't called "Safari," then have patience: Not one but two competitors are rumored to be coming to your rescue very soon.

Apple

Google being probed by US, EU regulators over Safari privacy gaffe

US and European regulators have launched investigations into Google's bypassing of Safari privacy settings to get "+1" buttons in to ads.

Computing

Chrome still trying to catch Firefox; IE still dropping, says Net Applications

In February, Net Applications finds Firefox was still the number two browser, as both Internet Explorer and Chrome lost share.

Computing

Google tricked Apple’s Safari privacy settings, tracked users: report

Once again, Google has been accused of violating users' privacy by using a code that circumvented default privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser, for both iPhone and Mac, which are supposed to prevent the use of tracking cookies.

Apple

Chrome moves into second place in global browser usage

While Google Chrome has quickly become popular in the United States, the browser has been growing even faster globally and just knocked Mozilla's Firefox into third place.

Web

Apple TV 4.4 update brings AirPlay mirroring, NHL and Photo Stream

With iOS 5 receiving the vast majority of attention from legions of excited Apple fanatics, Apple slipped in a content-filled update to the Apple TV with little fanfare.

Apple

Apple iOS 5: Everything you need to know

Sure, there was no iPhone 5 (or 4S...) announcement this morning, but Apple revealed the ins and outs of iOS 5. Or at least most of them: There are more than 200 new features on their way. Here we review some of the more notable upgrades to hit iOS devices…

Apple

Internet Explorer usage to plummet below 50 percent by mid-2012

With consumers abandoning Microsoft's web browser for more rapidly updated alternatives such as Google Chrome, the future of Internet Explorer is dependent on consumers upgrading to new versions of Windows.

Web

Apple scammers find easy targets in South Carolina town

Selling speakers out of a back of a truck must have become a tired scam as criminals are stepping up their game with Apple tablets and laptops in a South Carolina town.

Apple

Google Chrome overtakes Firefox in UK browser market

Google edges out Mozilla for second-place spot behind Microsoft in U.K. browser market.

Computing