Google has announced a welcome change to its Safe Browsing service: starting next week, Google Chrome will also warn users about attempts to make them download software that can adversely affect their Internet browsing.
One of the most important pieces of advice we give Android users is to refrain from downloading applications from dubious sources and to stick to the official Google Play store.
At this year's edition of the Black Hat security conference, a group of researchers has shown how extremely easy is to hack into the smart thermostats manufactured by Nest.
Websites that don't use HTTPS will be ranked lower in Google Search results, the web giant has announced on Wednesday.
It is, by now, widely known that European users can ask Google to "forget" sites with content these users find damaging to their reputation, but the European Court of Justice's ruling will not be easy to implement, given the global nature of the Internet.