Cookies are useful when it comes to saving your login credentials and other data, but they can also be used by advertisers to track your browsing habits across multiple sites. Here's how to clear cookies in the major browsers.
While November is almost over, the holidays (and cooking) are not, and Marley Spoon is here to help again with its first cookie-baking kit. With Martha's Holiday Cookie Kit, you'll bake four of Martha Stewart's cookie recipes.
As you browse the internet, websites will leave temporary internet files, as well as cookies, on your smartphone. Sometimes, you want to get rid of these files to clean up your browser's history. Here's how.
Pinterest doesn't let you filter pins by popularity, so we used Pinontop to try and find the most popular Christmas cookie on the site. It wasn't as easy as it sounds, but it did give us some great recipes.
Finally offering subscribers the option of completely halting all tracking of Web usage and location data, Verizon has added an opt-out function that removes the subscriber's identifier code from the account.
Ever wondered about Internet cookies? We take a look at what cookies really are, and track their origin. In the wake of the EU cookie law, we also discuss their impact on our privacy, both real and imagined.
Google reportedly has plans to launch a new advertising tracking technology known as AdID. The potential move has rattled the advertising industry. But who cares what they think? Here's what it could mean for you.
Facebook has been accused of violating federal wiretap laws because of its use of "super cookies" that track users' Web activity. If the court rules against Facebook, many users in the U.S. could be awarded as much as $10,000 in damages.
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.