CNET: Targeted ads stalking you on your iPhone? Here’s how to limit them

CNET: Targeted ads stalking you on your iPhone? Here’s how to limit them. “When iOS 14 is released this fall, iPhone ($699 at Apple) users will have to opt in to targeted advertising. It’s not a stretch to assume that users aren’t going to eagerly opt in and allow Facebook, or any advertiser for that matter, to track their internet usage when given a choice. But what about limiting ad tracking on your iPhone right now, even before iOS 14 is available? It’s possible, but it’s only possible in Apple’s own ad network. Below I’ll walk you through how to limit ad tracking, what exactly that means, and offer some of my own anecdotal experience after testing it myself.”

CNET: All the Google, Android, Waymo news you need in one place

CNET: All the Google, Android, Waymo news you need in one place. “Welcome to Alphabet City! This is our newest show that covers everything to do with Alphabet. In case you didn’t know, Alphabet is the parent company of Google and a number of other companies that do some crazy things.” CNET’s new show has episodes out every Tuesday.