Google follows in other browsers' footsteps to protect privacy.
You can access the agency's "onion site" to send tips and apply to be an operative.
Blocking cookies and other online tracking technology is becoming the new normal for web browsers.
Microsoft Windows is ungainly. Apple Macs are too expensive. But Chromebooks have everything most students will need.
In today's top stories Google's YouTube is coming back to the Fire TV, after settling a spat with Amazon. Meanwhile, Facebook says it unintentionally grabbed email contacts from 1.5 million users. Oops.
Chromebooks continue to march into the mainstream with bigger displays, backlit keyboards and flash memory.
If you want to check out an early version of Microsoft's reworked Edge browsing, here's your chance.
Forget transferring photos from your computer to your phone just so you can post to Instagram.
For now, it looks a lot like Chrome, but Microsoft promises differences will come.
We say no to "permission spam" 97 percent of the time, a Firefox study finds.
CEO Jon Von Tetzchner also calls for privacy regulation to block companies from tracking us online. Also coming soon: Vivaldi's email software.
For now, the protections are only available for Windows Insiders.
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