Oracle settles charges that it misled you on Java security
Oracle has to not only notify you about its security risks, but help you uninstall vulnerable Java copies.
Web status code tells you when sites are censored
If you see a 451 error, you know a government tried to silence something.
The first website went online 25 years ago today
Tim Berners-Lee's first World Wide Web page flickered to life at CERN on December 20th, 1990.
The myth of Mariana's Web, the darkest corner of the internet
Let's just call it the Derpweb.
Firefox is finally 64-bit on your Windows PC
Mozilla's web browser is more powerful on modern hardware.
Google Drive update makes finding files 'super easy'
Doesn't even matter which device you used to upload them.
Yahoo reverses its Alibaba spinoff to save on taxes
Yahoo is betting that a reverse spin off will make investors happy... and keep it out of hot water.
Yahoo reportedly gets serious about selling its core business
After weighing its options, the internet pioneer is reportedly focusing more on selling itself off.
Mozilla stops working on Firefox OS smartphones
There may be a future for Firefox in smart devices, but not the phone in your pocket.