It’s not just you: Amazon’s search results are increasingly made up of paid product placements, listed as “Sponsored.”
An upcoming Chrome OS update will add support for SMB shares, meaning Chromebooks will have access to files shared from Windows, macOS, and Linux computers.
You might think security teams inside big companies hate it when researchers and the press point out vulnerabilities, but that’s not always the case.
Freezing your credit can stop identity thieves from opening an account in your name, but until recently it cost money to do so in some US states. That’s about to change.
Are you looking for something to watch without paying for a subscription? Here are six sites most people don’t know about that offer free TV shows and movies.
Still using Windows XP or Vista? Firefox isn’t providing you with security updates anymore, and soon Steam will stop working altogether.
Popular applications from the Mac App Store were routinely downloading users’ web history, but Apple only took them down when security researchers went public.
Chrome has a hidden endless runner game you can play whenever your computer or phone is offline, but it turns out you can also play it without disconnecting.
The Mac App Store is supposed to be a safe way to download software, but a prominent malware scanner sold there until recently was grabbing users’ browsing history.
Someone is claiming to sell a 32GB SD card on Google Play. Seriously.
You know how Steam constantly asks you to confirm your age, even though did that a few days ago? That’s not stopping any time soon.
Love Reddit but hate the hompage? Subsrv is a clean alternative you can set up quickly.
Chome 69 has a new, rounded look, but some people prefer the old style. Here’s how to get it back.
Chrome now recommends strong passwords when you create an account, meaning you’ve got no excuse for re-using a password ever again.
Like stargazing? Stellarium, the open source astronomy software used by universities all over the world, now runs in your browser.
An upcoming Firefox feature will highlight extensions as you browse the web, pointing out tools that might protect your privacy or otherwise enhance the site.
Is your iPhone 8 restarting unexpectedly, freezing, or not turning on? You might have a faulty logic board, and if so Apple will replace it for free.
Notifications are annoying, but your notification sounds don’t have to be. iRingPro is a huge collection of soothing sounds you can download for free right now and use on your phone.
Google tracks Mastercard purchases to see if online advertisements prompt real-world sales. The deal is worth millions of dollars, with Mastercard basically selling customer data to Google.
An upcoming version of Firefox will block cross site tracking by default.
Trolls delight in making up “hilarious” fake names, so websites try to filter certain words for new accounts. What if your real name contains one of those words?
US students can get Spotify Premium for $5 a month, with Hulu and Showtime thrown in.
Want to give macOS Mojave a spin, but don’t feel ready to upgrade from High Sierra? You can quickly set Mojave up in a virtual machine, for free.
An original Apple 1, hand-built by Steve Wozniak in 1976, is up for auction in September. It’s expected to sell for $300,000 or more.
Love Sticky Notes in Windows, but wish notes synced between computers? Good news: that feature is coming.