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Microsoft now builds in NewsGuard, an extension to help rate how trustworthy a news site is, within its Edge browser for Android and iOS smartphones.
You can track Santa's annual Christmas Eve journey on your PC, mobile device, or even social networks and search engines.
Microsoft's Edge is embracing the open-source Chromium project and expanding to other operating systems. It'll even run Chrome extensions, company executives said recently.
Microsoft's Bing search engine adds phone-versus-phone research tools and comparison shopping, but its deals archive doesn't quite live up to what it promises, yet.
Google says its upcoming Chrome 71 browser will take down all ads from sites that allow deceptive advertising.
Some free Wi-Fi hotspots are tracking the locations of users who've signed on even if they're no longer connected. PCWorld investigates how this happens.
This Complete Learn to Code Masterclass Bundle contains beginner courses that can help you learn how to code for only $39, or 97% off.
Chrome 69 looks like it logs you in to the Chrome browser when you sign in to a Google Web service. It may be a big misunderstanding, but here's a way to help you to be sure.
As Google celebrates its 20th anniversary as a search engine, it lays out several fundamental changes to how you'll search using Google, especially on mobile phones.
Windows 10 contains a hidden, free Web browser called Windows Device Application Guard (WDAG) for secure browsing. Here's how to use it, and what it can and can't do.
Browser autosuggest features are handy, but when you're typing too fast they can sometimes cause problems. Here's how to fix that.
While there are plenty of private tutors and classes you can take to learn a new language, they're not necessarily cheap or easy on your schedule. uTalk Language Education presents a better alternative.
Verizon is set to launch the first 5G wireless home Internet service in the United States on October 1 in four cities across the United States.
At its Spark conference in San Francisco on Monday, AT&T offered an update on its 5G deployment plans for the next two years.
Certain searches using Microsoft's Bing search engine will generate a spotlight that includes a timeline and multiple perspectives from web-based sources.
Though Microsoft Bing continues to gain share in search, here are several reasons for choosing Google instead as your preferred search engine. Microsoft, of course, has other ideas.
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