Firms can track your online activity using Web "fingerprinting" techniques, but these methods only work across a single browser. Now, new tech can follow you online, even if you switch browsers.
Technology giant Apple isn't looking to spark a revolution with its foray into original television production, but rather with modest ambitions that seem to belie the ethos of the tech giant.
Google's YouTube and Disney's Maker Studios are distancing themselves from a top YouTube star after he made jokes construed as anti-Semitic and posted Nazi imagery in his videos.
Tim Cook, the head of Apple, says fake news is “killing people’s minds.” The technology boss said firms such as his own needed to create tools that would help stem the spread of falsehoods.
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