CTO Kevin Lynch leaving Adobe for Apple is just the latest example of how these companies remained tightly linked despite all their disagreements.
It should be easier to block Flash cookies, enable security settings in your browser, and rate your Facebook profile's privacy. Follow these steps to accomplish all three essential safety measures.
Raising the specter of last-generation browser battles, Mozilla launches a publicity campaign to seek a place for browsers besides IE on Windows devices using ARM chips.
Software company Droplets has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, Apple, Google, and others for infringing on its patented Web technology. The company is looking to claim damages and strike royalty deals.
Machinarium today became the top-selling app on Apple's App Store, indicating that at least some people are fine with Flash apps on iOS.
The maker of Flash is embracing Web standards, too, with the public preview release of Edge, a tool for making dynamic, interactive Web sites.
From lightened skin to faked wounds, experts can use tools to analyze whether images have been doctored. But it's always harder to prove a photo is real.
The company behind Firefox taps Kovacs, who has worked for Sybase, Adobe, and IBM, to become its chief executive as it faces pressure from Microsoft's IE9 and Google's Chrome.
Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft's Business Division, is leaving to become chief executive of phone maker Nokia as it seeks to become a software company.