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Stanford University has launched an online privacy initiative meant to complement Do Not Track, an effort aimed at preventing sites from recording people's Web browsing without permission.
This browser extension gets rid of all the distracting stuff so you can focus on what matters: the video.
Mozilla has effectively postponed Firefox's controversial third-party cookie-blocking policy for several months.
Available for all the major browsers, this handy extension lets you sing along to your favorite music videos.
Microsoft will pay security researchers for finding and reporting vulnerabilities in the preview version of its Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) browser, for finding novel techniques to bypass exploit mitigations present in Windows 8.1 or later versions, and for coming up with new ideas to defend against exploits.
Google Thursday announced the retirement of a four-year-old plug-in designed to let users of older version of Internet Explorer run Chrome's browser engine, declaring mission accomplished.
'The Internship' pulls back the curtain on what it’s like to work at Google, and to our surprise it confirms much of what we already knew.
Apple announced Monday it was working on browser-based versions of its iWork productivity applications, a move one analyst said challenged Microsoft's Office behemoth.
Chrome Experiments came to life in 2009 when Google decided to showcase what is possible to do inside a browser. We picked the most fascinating projects to date, including ones that let you control the screen with your phone, take over your webcam, or show stunning visualizations.
You never even considered that browsers consume differing amounts of power, did you?
NetMarketShare says Microsoft's IE is top dog, while StatCounter crowns Chrome the king in the competitive browser market.
Still use Internet Explorer? There's no shame in that. But here are a few quick and easy steps you can take to stay safer as you browse.
Google tries to make it easier to find nutrition information online for a wide range of foods with a new search feature whose aim is to address the "cumbersome and daunting process" of making smart eating choices.
Google's newest Chrome Experiments highlight what's possible when you think outside the box. And they're fun, too!