When you fire up iTunes to listen to a little music or make a purchase, you expect to see thumbnails of album covers and what’s hot. You’d never expect to see what some Russian users did when they installed iTunes for the first time.
This easy-to-use browser extension shows you how much money sites are making by invading your privacy and helps you stop them.
According to a recent study, mobile action codes are being printed in record numbers. Do you feel like you’re bombarded by unwanted code clutter or are you actually using them?
The latest TV ads from Apple are guaranteed to elicit a response from viewers. But is it the response the company is looking for?
Microsoft wanted to put user privacy first when they built new privacy features into Internet Explorer 8. They backed down following pressure from advertisers, but this time around the story is different. They’re standing firm with IE10.