Newegg's recent emails about a lawsuit and settlement on specific GPUs might not affect you if you haven't bought a GTX 970.
Mozilla announced that Firefox will begin blocking invisible Flash content next month and that the browser will block all Flash content by default starting in 2017.
China prepares a new Internet policy that bans ad-blocking software and hardware, but the policy also comes with strict government regulation of advertisements.
Skype announced that it would end support for all Windows-based smartphones and older versions of Android.
Opera challenged Microsoft's power consumption browsing tests as biased and did its own tests, which showed Opera coming out ahead. However, Opera's tests come with a major caveat, as well.
Microsoft performed three tests in which it showed that its new browser, Edge, can beat its competitors by significant margins when it comes to power efficiency.
The Federal Appeals Court for the Washington, D.C. Circuit upheld FCC's 2015 "net neutrality" rules, now leaving it up to the agency to start properly enforcing them.
Basemark launched the third version of its Basemark Web 3.0 web benchmarking tool, which brings WebGL 2.0 tests and is now available on both mobile and PC platforms.
Chrome will block Flash content on all websites except the top ten most visited ones, which will get an exemption of another year.
Corning announced its new Vibrant Gorilla Glass, which can contain colorful printed images to help companies decorate their devices.
Vidyo announced a new version of its video conferencing client and server that supports the WebRTC protocol, enabling plugin-free video calls in Chrome and Firefox.
Vivaldi, a new desktop browser created by Opera co-founder Jon von Tetzchner, launched its first stable version with many advanced features out of the box, targeting power users.
The Alliance for Open Media announced that three major chip makers--ARM, AMD and Nvidia--joined to help create the next-generation video codec.