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Sep 25, 2017 - 04:44 PM UTC — AAPL: 150.578 (-1.312, -0.86%) | NASDAQ: 6370.5898 (-56.3291, -0.88%)

Tag: Safari

  1. By blocking tracking ads, is Apple destroying the internet’s economic model?

    For the second time in as many years, internet advertisers are facing unprecedented disruption…

  2. Apple’s macOS High Sierra coming soon with these 23 features

    Apple has continued to work on Safari, its web browser — and says that the new version…

  3. Sorry, but Silicon Valley isn’t special anymore

    Steve Jobs once said, speaking about the irreverent culture he helped create…

  4. How malicious plugins can compromise your Mac

    I cannot remember a time in which my browsers did not have a few plug-ins installed…

  5. How Google is secretly recording Android settlers, monitoring millions of conversations every day and storing the creepy audio files

    Google has effectively turned millions of its users’ smartphones into listening devices

  6. Google Chrome under attack: Have you used one of these hijacked extensions?

    Attackers have been phishing developers to compromise Chrome extensions to spread…

  7. It’s official: Apple’s Safari 11 is the world’s fastest browser

    Apple’s Safari 11 beats Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera…

  8. Tests show Apple’s new Safari 11 is the world’s fastest desktop browser

    If you want the fastest possible web browsing experience on Mac, Safari is your answer…

  9. Apple’s iPhone turns ten: No product in recent history has changed people’s lives more

    The firm’s approach to data privacy will determine Apple’s success in the coming years…

  10. Biting the iCloud storage bullet

    As do about a billion people on planet earth, I subscribe to iCloud…

  11. Apple doubles storage on $9.99/month iCloud tier to 2 TB; iOS 11 lets you share single plan with whole family

    Apple has doubled the storage of its most expensive iCloud storage plan…

  12. macOS High Sierra delivers advanced technologies for storage, video and graphics

    Apple today previewed macOS High Sierra, the latest version of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system…

  13. Apple’s macOS and iOS market share both up in May

    The market share for both macOS and iOS was up last month…

  14. Apple releases Safari Technology Preview 30

    Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview…

  15. That apple.com link you clicked on? Yeah, it’s actually Russian

    Didn’t we fix this back in 2005? Apparently not…

  16. Apple fixes security flaw used to target porn viewers

    Apple released an update to its operating systems, fixing a flaw that allowed scammers…

  17. Pwn2Own hackers uncover macOS and Safari exploits

    The seventeenth annual CanSecWest security conference is underway..

  18. Mossberg: What’s up with Firefox, the browser that time forgot?

    Until about five years ago, techies and others who wanted a speedier, extensible…

  19. Don’t fall for the Safari Autofill phishing scheme

    Warning: It’s possible you may be sharing more information than you think when you use AutoFill…

  20. Consumer Reports says do not buy Apple’s new MacBook Pro, citing erratic battery life

    Apple launched a new series of MacBook Pro laptops this fall…

  21. Why is Apple’s Safari browser such a memory hog?

    I like Safari. I’ve used Apple’s web browser for most of my work since it was released…

  22. Apple patching Safari flaw revealed at PWNFEST

    Safari wasn’t the only browser to fall victim at the PWNFEST conference: Microsoft Edge…

  23. Apple releases Safari Technology Preview 12

    Apple today released another update for Safari Technology Preview…

  24. Google to pay $5.5 million for sneaking around Apple’s privacy settings to collect user data

    Perhaps if Google had taken its own ‘don’t be evil’ motto to heart…

  25. Apple security guru to give ‘’unprecedented’ talk on iOS 10 security at BlackHat

    At the annual BlackHat USA 2016 security conference next week in Las Vegas, Apple security guru…

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