Security flaw left Safari and Edge users vulnerable to fake websites
Only Microsoft has issued a fix so far.
Surprise! Some PC games have ad-tracking software installed
Developers insist Red Shell isn't spyware, but some are removing it anyway.
What you need to know about Apple’s war on ‘digital fingerprinting’
The sites, they are watching you.
How to watch Apple's WWDC keynote
It starts at 1 PM Eastern and you can watch in Chrome or Firefox this year.
Google faces lawsuit in the UK over Safari data collection
The collective-action suit claims that 4.4 million iPhone users were affected in 2012.
Google gives users more control over the ads they see
Both Ad Settings and Mute This Ad are getting more features.
Reddit app update brings more of the website to mobile
Users will have access to trophy cases, ‘Cake Day’ icons and post flair.
Google faces UK lawsuit over illegal data collection
The company may owe compensation to 5.4 million UK citizens.
Apple says 'tears of joy' face is the most-used emoji
The red heart and 'loudly crying face' are the second and third most popular emojis.