With spy-grade security, Google is making it harder for the NSA to read your e-mail. And Apple adds the privacy-centric search engine DuckDuckGo to Safari options.
iBooks 3.0 was unveiled during Apple's iPad Mini event. One new feature in the app is the ability to scroll through a book, instead of turning pages. Here's how to enable it.
Years of effort grappling with privacy questions raised by the spread of the Internet privacy, this remains the never-ending story.
Skyfire's Flash video-playing iPhone browser gets a few more features in its first update.
Safari is Apple's Web browser.
The new 'Reset Safari' function allows line-item data deletion
This week, David Carnoy sits in for Scott, and we discuss the New York Post's plan to block iPad traffic, the fate of NYC's Apple Cube store, and play another round of brain-draining tech trivia.
On today's show, an exhausted Molly and Brian Cooley wrap up the longest Apple keynote in years, and try to make sense of the things you can and can't accomplish with iCloud. Plus, the latest from Microsoft at E3, a little bit of cursory science news, and finally time for pizza. Phew.
On today's show, Apple stands up for its developers, but not for the people who might be infected with malware. Nice, Apple. Real nice. Also, Microsoft introduces Mango and Ballmer accidentally introduces Windows 8, and the Falun Gong sues Cisco. Yeah, really. And for a good reason, too.
Yet more problems and fixes for Apple's beta browser release.