Website notifications can be annoying, especially from sites you aren't interested in. Here we'll show you how to turn off Safari website notifications and control your push notifications so you only see those you really want to.
Want to learn how to allow pop-ups on a Mac? Here's how to enable pop-ups when necessary on popular Mac browsers including Safari, Firefox, and Chrome: We'll also show you how to whitelist particular sites!
Apple has opted to remove the support for the "Do Not Track" feature, citing a decline in the number of websites that actually accept it and its new Intelligent Tracking Prevention, anti-tracking technology in its decision.
Browser cookies may not sound like the most appealing aspect of browsing the web, but they're still a necessary component to navigating a wealth of websites nonetheless. Here's how to enable cookies in your browser if you need them.
Twitter seems to think that the Nintendo Switch is Apple hardware running Safari, thanks to the engine shared by the new system's method of posting content to social media and the popular Mac web browser.
Looks like they didn't learn by getting fined for this last year; Google once again has to pay a hefty fine for spying on people. The settlement was handed down this week and will go to multiple U.S. states.