Fake anti-virus software moves to attack the Apple platform. Here's how to avoid it.
Stop. Don't look up. Don't look outside of the box, the rectangle holding this text. Can you tell me which browser you're using?
Safari's Do Not Track feature appeared in the test release of Mac OS X Lion, which launches this summer, but it's not clear whether the browser will get the feature sooner, or whether it'll be available to Windows users.
Microsoft's new browser is doing well but IE's market share is dropping.
Chrome has survived Pwn2Own without a successful attack to take the $20k prize, but don't let that dupe you into believing the browser is invulnerable.
Apple patched 62 vulnerabilities and released Safari version 5.0.4 shortly after a team hacked the browser at Pwn2Own.
Apple today patched a record 62 vulnerabilities in Safari 5, updating the Mac and Windows browser to version 5.0.4.
Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari posted record numbers in January while Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) lost ground for the sixth month running.
A very iffy rumor from a not-so credible source that Apple wants to integrate iTunes into Safari should be immediately dismissed.