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  1. Apple to launch new privacy feature for ad tracking in browser

    Users will not be uniquely identified across websites they visit in order to track ad clicks…

  2. Clear the caches on your iPad to make it run faster

    Like any computer, your iPad uses a reserved memory space – called a cache – to store information…

  3. Zero-day Safari exploits allowed complete takeover of Mac

    White-hat hackers at a security conference in Vancouver have found two zero-day Safari exploits…

  4. Security hole in macOS Mojave allows rogue apps to access your Safari browsing history

    An attempt by Apple to protect your Safari browsing history in macOS Mojave has a security hole…

  5. How to clear the cache on your iPhone and make it run faster

    Ever wonder why your iPhone’s loading speed is slower than usual?

  6. Why Apple is disabling Safari’s ‘Do Not Track’ feature

    Apple takes privacy very seriously…

  7. Apple is prepping an iOS change that may hurt AR and VR advertising

    Advertising agency employees who work on augmented reality and virtual reality are worried…

  8. macOS Mojave 10.14.4 enables automatic Dark Mode on websites with black themes

    Safari on the macOS Mojave 10.14.4 beta, which was released last week, permits websites to automatically adapt…

  9. Is Google purposefully breaking Microsoft, Apple browsers on its websites?

    In what can only be described as painfully ironic, Microsoft engineers are seemingly convinced…

  10. Apple offers Safari users safer browsing with USB security key support

    Apple’s latest preview version of Safari features support…

  11. Secure Safari: How to stay safe using Apple’s browser

    Apple’s Safari is the second most popular web browser in the world…

  12. Apple, Firefox tools aim to thwart Facebook, Google ad tracking

    Facebook and other companies routinely track your online surfing habits to better target ads…

  13. It’s long past time for Apple to fix the three biggest iCloud problems

    No increase in the free tier in seven years, while storage costs have plummeted, makes Apple look like…

  14. Significant artificial intelligence enhancements on tap for Apple’s platforms

    WWDC 2018 introduced significant enhancements to artificial intelligence (AI) on Apple’s platforms…

  15. MacOS Mojave: 6 hidden features you can find in the public beta

    You probably already know about Dark Mode and desktop Stacks, but they are just the top-level features in a surprisingly deep update…

  16. Apple releases Safari Technology Preview 59 with Intelligent Tracking Prevention 2.0

    Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview…

  17. Apple’s Safari browser leads the privacy battle

    Apple’s decision to put an army into the war against ads tracking and surreptitious finger-printing techniques…

  18. Apple previews iOS 12 with shared AR experiences, Group FaceTime, Memoji, and much more

    Apple today announced iOS 12, the latest version of the most advanced mobile operating system…

  19. Apple unveils ARKit 2

    Apple today introduced ARKit 2, a platform that allows developers to integrate shared experiences…

  20. Alphabet Inc’s Google could face $4.3 billion claim in U.K. iPhone privacy case

    iPhone users suing Google over data-collection claims may be seeking as much as 3.2 billion pounds ($4.29 billion)…

  21. Mozilla’s Firefox 60 is the world’s first browser to give you password-free logins

    Mozilla has released Firefox 60 with support for a new option to sign in to websites without using a password…

  22. Facebook’s surveillance machine

    Facebook’s business model involves having people go to the site for social interaction, only to be quietly subjected to an enormous level of surveillance…

  23. Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg AWOL from Facebook’s damage control session

    Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg declined to face his employees on Tuesday to explain…

  24. U.S. FTC reportedly probing Facebook’s abuse of personal data as UK summons Zuckerberg for questioning

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether the use of personal data from 50 million Facebook users…

  25. Yet another Facebook debacle means it’s time for an Apple social network

    The emerging Cambridge Analytica/Facebook affair…