The free extensions for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer thwart trackers, block ads (in Firefox and Chrome), and rate the safety of links before you click them: Ghostery, Adblock Plus, and Web of Trust, respectively.
Browser running slow lately? One of your add-on installs may be the culprit eating your performance. Here's how to find out which one.
Chrome extension Save to Drive adds a line to your right-click menu to save images and HTML5 video and audio files to Google Drive.
The iPad and iPhone accessory is the second product to work with Dyle's mobile television service, which picks up local channels.
Ever wish your iPad were a MacBook? Play dress-up with the Crux360, which gives your tablet a Bluetooth keyboard -- and turns it into a laptop doppelganger.
Tired of having your Web browsing habits followed all over the Internet? Check out these add-ons for Chrome and Firefox so you can automatically remove the tracking code from links.
Light-field technology has grown in popularity since the arrival of the Lytro camera, which allows photographers to refocus images after they have been taken.
The nonprofit organization is trying to give programmers better tools for writing Web apps for its mobile operating system.
If you are watching YouTube videos in a second browser window while you work, you are doing it wrong (unless you happen to have a huge display).
With the Be Quiet add-on for Firefox, the browser will pause the song you are listening to in Pandora or Last.fm when you hit play on a YouTube clip, and vice versa.