As Microsoft and Apple wage very public fights to protect user data on devices and in the cloud from what they say is overreaching government requests, BlackBerry has taken a very different public stance, confirming reports that the company helped decrypt users' messages and saying it believed technology companies should act as "good corporate citizens."
That feeling you get when you close the wrong browser tab by accident is no fun. Fortunately, Safari for iOS, like most modern browsers, provides a way to recover from your little mishap. You just have to know where to look.
People snicker about private browsing mode, but it isn’t just for pornography. In fact, it’s not even just for browsing privately–it has other uses. It’s named Incognito Mode in Chrome, Private Browsing in Firefox and Safari, and InPrivate Browsing in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer–but it’s essentially the same feature in all these browsers.