Google Chrome won’t replace third-party cookies with alternative methods of tracking individuals in Chrome. The browser is moving toward tracking methods that aggregate users to protect their privacy.
Browser maker Brave Software is buying Tailcat, an open search engine, and will add it to what it’s calling Brave Search, a forthcoming search engine. Brave Search will be folded into the existing, privacy-first Brave browser.
AMD will have "significantly" more Radeon RX 6700 XTs for sale than prior launches, and will take other steps to get GPUs to gamers.
Samsung's SmartTags are little more than basic Bluetooth trackers, but they show their greatest potential as part of the broader Samsung ecosystem, and a more powerful model is on the way.
Samsung's latest true wireless earbuds offer good sound quality, adequate ANC, and comfort. You'll want a new Samsung phone to get the most out of them, though.
If all you need is access to YouTube, HBO Max, Disney+ and other streaming services that you lost on your third-gen Apple TV, a $50 Chromecast with Google TV is a much more affordable investment than an Apple TV 4K streaming box.
Microsoft announced Microsoft Mesh on Tuesday, a VR platform that the company hopes will eventually be used for holographic meetings and other uses.
First unveiled at CES, Arlo’s new indoor camera has a lens that automatically turns opaque when it’s disarmed.
Samsung’s pricey MicroLED line is about to get more affordable, but it certainly won't be cheap.
World Hearing Day is March 3, and Apple is taking the opportunity to promote hearing health.
Microsoft Azure Percept houses camera module and smart mic, forming the foundation for intelligent devices built by partners.
Intel’s 11th-gen Rocket Lake-S chip, which touts faster gaming performance than AMD’s Ryzen 5000 chips, will hit the shelves on March 30.
Intel has cancelled its Performance Tuning Protection Plan, which allowed you to replace a chip you blew up overclocking once for $35.
At Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft certifies Microsoft Teams displays, updates its Teams speaker timeline, and unveils new presenter modes.
Google said Monday that it's adding capabilities to its Workspace offering, including new apps, calendar improvements, and Google Assistant support.
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