Your ‘cache’ is where parts of the websites you visit are stored on your browser and understanding how to clear it can help protect your privacy when you’re online.
With the launch of the very first Firefox phones this week, forward-thinking software firm Mozilla is finally entering the world of mobile.
In this fierce battle between the world’s biggest tech companies, it seems not even a massive hurricane can stop new products from being launched.
Those of you who love technology, get ready for a busy couple of weeks. Not only do we have Apple’s iPad Mini launch next week, and Microsoft’s Surface tablet released a few days later, we now have a Google event to look forward to.
Another day, another bit of news about Apple Maps on iOS 6. But hang on a minute, what’s this? A positive story about the mapping system? Surely Not!
Fresh off the success of the Nexus 7, Google is thought to be readying a number of follow-up Nexus devices to take on the smartphone market.
My smartphone doesn’t even have Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich installed, and yet manufacturers are pushing ahead with updates to Google’s latest OS, Jelly Bean.
Android, the open-source mobile platform from Google, is the most widely used mobile operating system in the world.
The big tech events are coming thick and fast at the moment. After an Eastertime lull to recover from the likes of CES and MWC, the tech calendar is getting exciting once again.