No cookies on this Safari
The biggest advertising organisations say Apple will "sabotage" the current economic model of the internet with plans to integrate cookie blocking technology into the new version of Safari.
Update: Now taken offline, but original code still available
Thanks to a few very simple lines of HTML script, a new Apple prank website promises to instantly crash the Safari web browser of any iOS and then reboot a user’s device.
New Survey dismisses default setting people
People who use Internet Explorer are more likely to be rubbish at their jobs, according to a new survey.
Internet Exploder dips under 50 percent
FF 3.5, IE 7, and Safari 3 get off of our cloud
All at Microsoft's expense
Safari, IE, Chrome and Firefox