After the Web giant put ad tracking cookies on computers of Safari users, a federal judge agrees to fining it with the largest penalty the FTC has ever levied against a single company.
In a Q&A on Twitter, FTC representatives stress importance of the fine against Google. Other than that, they don't say much.
Federal Trade Commission fine would settle charges related to Google bypassing the privacy settings of customers who were using the Safari browser.
Australia's consumer watchdog agency accused Apple of violating the country's consumer law by misleadingly labeling its new iPad as 4G-capable.
After an Australian commission filed a complaint alleging Apple violated the country's consumer law by misleadingly labeling its iPad as 4G-capable, the computer giant agrees to settle.
Lexar releases a new solid-state drive in the Crucial brand that's available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB versions.