The Internet Explorer 10 preview follows close on the heels of the full launch of Internet Explorer 9.
April Fools' Day tends to be a bonanza for tech pranksters – from Twitter-only newspapers to upside-down YouTube pages and browsers that read your facial expressions. This year was no different. Click through for a look at the funniest Web gags of 2011.
Tinted Sheen, an add-on for Chrome and Firefox, will redact all online references to Charlie Sheen, leaving you to surf the Web in peace. But is it wrong to create online lacunas?
Cloud computing will be a core part of HP's upcoming devices.
Internet Explorer 9 will hit the Web on Wednesday night.
Google logo secret message rumors abound. But what's really behind all those bouncing Google balls?