Technology / Browsers

  • Google Chrome adds virus protection

      

    TRANSCRIPT: Google has gotten a lot of heat for not doing enough to protect you from the apps you might use on your phone. So Google has a new procedure where any app that goes on an android has...

  • Cookies are toast, so what's next in online tracking?

      

    When it comes to tracking your activity online, the cookie is going away. But where are the laws we need to protect us as Internet tracking evolves? Apple has a unique identifier for every mobile...

  • Netflix offering new price plans

      

    Netflix has new price plans that can either save you money or cost you -- depending on your use.

  • Remedy for ads infiltrating your internet searches

      

    The search engine business is about to be shaken up by a scrappy third player. Search has been a two horse race with Google in the dominant position and Bing existing as a weaker competitor....

  • What can you do to limit online tracking?

      

    Are you concerned with all the discussion about online tracking by the government and private industry? There are some simple steps you can take to limit it. The use of cookies to track your web...

  • Reduce your online footprint; Up your privacy

      

    Tired of corporations tracking your every movement online so they can serve you ads? Download this and you can shut them down.

  • $0-19 Internet service for light data users

      

    Are you a data hog at home? If not, there could be an opportunity for you to pay anywhere between zero-to-$19 a month for service if your Internet usage is light.

  • The browser you use could be costing you!

      

    Are you paying higher prices online just because you use a particular web browser? Like it or not, that's what's happening in the online shopping world. Clark explains.

  • Your browser of choice can influence what you pay online

      

    Should you pay more when you're shopping online simply because of the browser you're using? Some popular online retailers think so! The New York Times  reports shoppers are getting widely...

  • Web browsers get on board with do not track functions

      

    The three bigs of the web browsing world either have or are installing a 'do not track' function on their browsers. Firefox is the only with the capability up and running right now. If you have...

  • Google fights scam ads, Clark talks his Google ad policy

      

    Google continues its fight against scam ads in what's shaping up to be a never-ending game of Whack A Mole.The search giant's latest figures show they disapproved 134 million ads last year, a...

  • New threat from automated viruses for online banking

      

    RIP-OFF ALERT: Newly sophisticated Trojan horse viruses developed in Europe are expected to pose a threat to anyone who does online banking here in the United States. Criminal rings out of...

  • New app runs the complete Windows Office suite on an iPad

      

    If you believe wireless spectrum is getting too full and we're running out of capacity, you've got another thing coming. I just have to laugh every time a company like AT&T whines about how...

  • Avoid the AT&T data cap crunch if you're an 'unlimited' customer

      

    AT&T has basically declared war on its many millions of smart phone customers. I've got ways for you to fight back.The wireless giant had approximately 17 million customers on unlimited data...

  • Could You Pass a Facebook Background Check?

      

    Employers love to check references and even your credit before offering you a job. But could you pass a social media background check? Heed Clark's warning...