Google just started mass banning/limiting Archive Team downloads. If your thing doesn’t end up on the Internet Archive, talk to Google.
The mother of all leaks from Intel has just happened.
Four months after Google engineers started working on the feature, today we have the first image of Chrome’s upcoming Tab Groups UI. The feature was one that was sadly lacking in Chrome, and one that some users will greatly appreciate.
The note has been circulating on the web, even though New Zealand authorities have been pushing internet platforms to take it down. However, at least one copy of the document has been secretly rigged to reconfigure Windows PCs.
Facebook Inc. is attacking a Belgian court order forcing it to stop tracking local users’ surfing habits, including those of millions who aren’t signed up to the social network. The U.S.
If you crash your Tesla, when it goes to the junk yard, it could carry a bunch of your history with it.
Apple has canceled the AirPower product completely, citing difficulty meeting its own standards. “After much effort, we’ve concluded AirPower will not achieve our high standards and we have cancelled the project. We apologize to those customers who were looking forward to this launch.
Facebook has removed a social media network in the Philippines for “coordinated inauthentic behavior,” and took the unusual step of linking it to a businessman who said he had managed the president’s online election campaign in 2016.