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?
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.
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…
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.