CamScanner contained a hidden trojan that let crooks do anything from showing dodgy ads to charging money.
You can no longer right-click to make a new tab, close other tabs, reopen a closed tab or bookmark all tabs.
The new mode is designed for quiet environments, and turns off speech output so responses aren't announced to the world.
Chrome themes will give your browser a completely different look, and there's an incredible range to choose from.
Google has pitched a 'privacy sandbox' for the web, but can it really give you personalized ads without your personal data?
Hangouts (as we know it) was due to be shut down in October, but now it's set to stick around until at least June 2020.
A new privacy setting is rolling out that will stop third parties sharing your browsing activity, but there's a catch.
The new tech will let you watch movies without 3D glasses while your autonomous car takes the wheel.
Google is finally adding a feature that will let you create shortcuts to files in other folders, or in shared Drives.
The browser uses deep neural networks to read website content with a surprisingly human-sounding voice.
The company says its facial recognition tech can accurately read eight emotions, including terror of the concept.
But the company pulled the plug when Apple, Amazon and Google came under fire for transcribing users' voices.
The app will soon let you pick a color scheme that's easier on the eyes than the default dazzling white.
An Android beta release shows that the browser is now less likely to invert the colors of images, or make gray text white.
There's more than one way to make money on YouTube, whether you have thousands of subscribers or a few loyal fans.
In depth After two years fighting the web giants, we talk to senior vice president Dave Camp about Firefox's future battle plans.
There's been backlash against the new system of swipes, but Google insists it'll be better for users in the long run.
Google has released an AR navigation tool for Google Maps, while Apple has only applied for a patent.
The new feature will be available to test in the coming weeks, so you can throw away your notebook and pen.
Clicking a product presents you with various buying options, with a few design elements borrowed from Bing.
The Advanced Protection Program is designed for famous politicians and CEOs, but anyone can sign up for free.
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