March 12, 1989 was a big day in the annals of digital history. It was on that day that Tim Berners-Lee proposed the idea of what we've come to call the World Wide Web. And so Google has decided to celebrate
Google’s senior director of engineering explains how the Chrome teams are trying to make internet security less of a black box for everyday users. It’s a seemingly small thing, but that red “NOT SECURE”
Q. Why is Google Chrome giving me warnings about websites not being secure all of a sudden? Is my computer at risk? A. The increased number of “Not Secure” messages you’re seeing is likely the result a
With Chrome 68, launching today, Google web browser will now list any website that doesn’t use HTTPS as “not secure.” HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure and is a technology websites can
Google wants to help app developers, both Android and iOS, market their apps. To assist with this, the company has launched the .app domain extension this week, an all-new top-level domain (TLD) aimed
With recent events regarding Facebook and your online privacy, keeping yourself safe is a major issue. I recently had a friend who believes her information was hacked while using public Wi-Fi at an airport.