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(News) Benefits of Google Encrypted Search
(News) Why Your Business Should Not Abandon Facebook
(News) Adobe Faces Tough Fight for Flash Survival
(News) Facebook Privacy is a Balancing Act
(News) Facebook Privacy: Mea Culpa Reality Check
(News) Adobe Flash Response Lands on Apple's Deaf Ears
(News) FCC "Third Way" Compromise Challenged
(News) Users are Their Own Worst Enemy for Online Privacy
(News) Microsoft Spindex Puts New Spin on Social Networking
(News) Microsoft Losing Browser Influence Along with Market Share
(News) Open Letter to Facebook on Privacy
(News) Weighing the Economic Impact of Net Neutrality
(News) Promoted Tweets: Ego Trip or Marketing Tool?
(News) FCC Pursues Broadband Agenda in Spite of Legal Setback
(News) Comcast Wins FCC Challenge, Your Move Congress
(News) Flash Solutions for Non "iPad-Ready" Sites
(News) Getting Facebook Users to "Like" Your Brand
(News) What You Need to Know about Microsoft's Emergency IE Patch
(News) Speak Up to Help Shape the Future of Broadband
(News) Sprint 4G Broadband: A Business Primer
(News) Debate Rages on for FCC National Broadband Plan
(News) Firefox Update Addresses Critical Security Flaw
(News) eBay Steps up to Defend Retail Businesses
(News) Opera Gaining Ground from Microsoft Browser Ballot
(News) Facebook Set to Challenge Google Ad Empire
(News) FCC Wrestles Private Interests for the Public Good
(News) Microsoft Winning Fans Early with Internet Explorer 9 Preview
(News) Tech-Savvy Supporters Key to Broadband Plan's Passage
(News) Putting the FCC National Broadband Plan into Action
(News) Unveiling the FCC National Broadband Plan
(News) Danah Boyd used her keynote address at the South by Southwest interactive festival in Austin to discuss the clash between social networking and privacy.
(News) Exploit code is now online for the latest zero-day vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer, highlighting just how important it is to upgrade off of IE6 finally.
(News) The new MySpace leadership has an ambitious goal to rebrand and rebuild the once-dominant social networking site, and developing an Outlook social connector may be a key element of that strategy.
(News) Microsoft finds itself plagued by another zero-day exploit affecting Internet Explorer in the wake of Patch Tuesday.
(News) Speaking at America's Digital Inclusion Summit at the Newseum today, FCC members continued to unveil details of the National Broadband Plan and stress how vital the proposed changes are for the future of information in the United States.
(News) The Apple iPad has forced publishers to reconsider pricing and revenue models, and created a backlash among print media publishers.
(News) New W3C CEO Is the Web's Top Diplomat
(News) A survey conducted by the BBC finds that 80 percent of users around the world feel that Internet access is a right, not a privilege.
(News) Business Benefits of Google Disaster Recovery
(News) Google Broadband: Topeka May Be Sorry
(News) FCC Broadband Plan Under Fire From All Sides
(News) FCC Broadband Plan Likely to Meet Financial Resistance
(News) U.S. Could Challenge China on Google's Behalf at WTO
(News) Chrome Browser Beta Adds Translation, Improves Privacy
(News) The European Union has asked Google to make some changes to the way it gathers and retains images for Street View maps to address privacy concerns.
(News) The European Union has opened an antitrust investigation into Google business practices, but it is really a victim of its own success. A Google monopoly has benefits that make its success a vicious, self-fulfilling circle.
(News) Google is facing antitrust accusations on multiple continents, proving that it has grown into that which it set out to destroy.
(News) Yahoo has integrated Twitter tweets into its online search results, but there is still some work to do to make social network integration more functional.
(News) Intel announced the Invest in America Alliance to invest $3.5 billion in US tech companies, and spark job growth by hiring more college graduates.
(News) FCC Study Underscores Need for Broader Brodband
(News) The FCC unveiled a sneak peak at its ambitious plan for national broadband which it will present to Congress next month.
(News) Monitoring PC activity can be a valuable tool, but the Lower Merion School District in Pennsylvania may have crossed some legal and ethical bounds with its monitoring.
(News) Twitter traffic is up, reaching a new record for unique visitors in January, following the inclusion of real-time traffic from Twitter in Google search results.
(News) Google is used to privacy issues, but Web search privacy and social networking privacy issues are two different things, and now it has to come to grips to dealing with both.
(News) Buzz will no longer automatically connect users based on their e-mail and chat usage, and Google says it's sorry "for the concern we've caused."
(News) Google's inability to deal with people issues, like privacy and support, makes the company look technically sophisticated but socially inept.
(News) If Google's new Buzz isn't ready for enterprise users' private social networks, is it really ready for anyone?
(News) Facebook has both its own problems and a new challenge from Google. Here's how the #1 social network should respond.
(News) Buzz is exciting but has its downside, such as the Gmail user interface. Facebook is the incumbent and has a downside, too: It's Facebook, love it or not.
(News) Google plans to test fiber-to-the-home broadband for up to a half-million Americans. Up to 100 times faster than current broadband.
(News) If Facebook is ever connected to Google Buzz, it will be the beginning of the end for Facebook. Today's #1 social network should protect itself--and it's users--from being Buzz-ed into submission.
(News) Google unveiled its new social networking platform, Google Buzz, and announced plans to introduce an enterprise-specific version of the tool.
(News) If e-books are to successfully replace paper, it won't happen at Amazon's $9.99 e-book pricing. Thank Steve Jobs for opening the door to higher prices.
(News) Super Bowl ads have a massive audience and draw a lot of attention, but Web-based ads are more targeted and cost-effective, and level the marketing playing field for smaller businesses.
(News) Chrome has inched into third place--a distant third--among Web browsers, but the real question is "who cares?"
(News) Google has 70 percent of the global search market, but is looking to mobile search and social networking to extend its search dominance.
(News) Much Ado About Firefox 3.6, But IE 8 Still Stronger in Key Areas
(News) What Business Can Learn from Gates' New Web Site
(News) By announcing its plan to charge for online news a year before it will happen, the Times may be sending a signal to the rest of the newspaper industry to get on board--or die.
(News) Whatever the Times does will be widely watched--and imitated if successful--by the world's beleaguered newspapers, reeling from advertising revenue lost to the Internet and, especially, to Google.
(News) Microsoft agreed to change its data retention policies in response to privacy concerns of Europe's Article 29 committee
(News) Hot in 2010: Facebook, Green Tech, and the Cloud
(News) The initial FCC deadline for comment on net neutrality has passed and the organization has been inundated with passionate opinions from both sides of the debate.
(News) If Google follows through on its threat to pull out of China it would walk away from billions in potential revenue-and Baidu would likely grab it.
(News) Google is showing patriotism and guts in standing-up to the Chinese.
(News) Your site or blog may be leaving money on the table, which a new service called VigLink can help you find. No major site changes required.
(News) The owner of an Internet service provider raided last April has been charged with participating in a fraud conspiracy.
(News) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made some comments recently that users are no longer interested in privacy and that the social norms of privacy have evolved.
(News) Appeals court judges appear to favor Comcast in challenging whether or not the FCC had any authority to sanction it for throttling peer-to-peer network traffic.
(News) A proposed set of APIs from the W3C will allow Web applications to store data offline.
(News) Google's Chrome Web browser market share rose more than 15 percent from November to December, sneaking past Safari into third place.
(News) 2010 is likely to be a more difficult year for Google than 2009. Here are some ways the company can address some issues before they become problems.
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(News) Google and Yelp don't seem to agree on why the deal between the two unraveled, but it's unfortunate regardless of how it happened.
(News) Microsoft and the EU have reached an agreement to end antitrust litigation in exchange for providing users a choice of browsers.
(News) Facebook and Google have both been faced with privacy concerns, and the responses have been polar opposite from the two entities.
(News) Citing recent comments by Google CEO Eric Schmidt disparaging privacy concerns, a Mozilla exec recommends users switch to Bing.
(News) Google has added the ability to view Twitter real-time search results alongside Google Search Appliance results.
(News) Google Chrome has been available for Windows for over a year. Now the Web browser beta is available for Mac OS X and Linux as well.
(News) By showing results based on past searches and Web surfing habits, Google may limit the scope of information or ability for newer sites to get clicked.
(News) Google introduced Google Public DNS to offer an alternative DNS system and hopefully speed things up on the Web. Google has included additional security controls to address weaknesses in DNS security.
(News) While News Corp. and Google debate, quality journalism continues to die. Technology may come to the rescue--as Google suggests--but not quickly enough to save Rupert Murdoch's newspaper empire.
(News) The Microsoft Bing search engine was offline Thursday night. The outage could hurt Bing's reputation, but this is one case where Microsoft is lucky to be the challenger.
(News) If you don't want Google knowing even more about what you do on the Internet, don't use its new Public DNS. But, it's a nice free service from a company most people trust.
(News) Comcast's planned puchase of NBC Universal would strike a blow to the goal of a free and open Internet. Net neutrality proponents beware!
(News) Publishers can now use robots.txt to opt-out of both Google search and news. Meanwhile, Murdoch and Huffington fight over the future of online news.
(News) The Chrome Web browser has been available for over a year, but up until now it has only been available for the Windows operating system. Google is nearing the launch of a beta version for Mac OS X users.
(News) Bargain shoppers eager to find the best holiday shopping deals are often easy prey for online scams. Here are five tips to protect yourself while shopping online this holiday season.
(News) Google is expanding its vast marketing empire with the purchase of Teracent. Google may be bad for traditional advertising, but its good for small business.
(News) YouTube Direct provides a forum for budding amateur journalists and broadcast news media to connect. Surrendering news to ‘citizen journalists’ may be expedite the demise of journalism as we know it.
(News) Microsoft unveiled plans to kick off 2010 by launching the Azure cloud computing platform into production server status. Details were also shared about a cloud project for developers codenamed 'Dallas'.
(News) Runners-up: Hashtag, sexting, netbook, intexticated, paywall.
(News) The Internet just got a bit more overcast with the addition of two more clouds. Both IBM and AT&T announced new services to join Microsoft, Amazon, and Google in establishing a cloud computing services.
(News) Four colored balls tell parents their children are protected while searching on Google.
(News) Google is being sued in Switzerland over privacy concerns. The Street View issues illustrate the larger problem Google faces balancing information and privacy.
(News) Google is providing free Wi-Fi access at 47 airports this holiday season. The charity is appreciated, but airports and retail stores should already be providing free Wi-Fi service if they want your business.
(News) Firefox Turns 5, Will it See 10?
(News) Google's mammoth $750 billion purchase of mobile advertising company AdMob signals a new era in online advertising. Google is looking to take its online search advertising success to its Android mobile platform and create a new lucrative revenue stream.
(News) Wasn't open source supposed to be the next big thing? Firefox was, but the open source fizzled.
(News) The new Google Dashboard addresses concerns that users have regarding just how much Google knows about them. Providing a resource like the Google Dashboard that presents all associated information in one place may actually create more privacy and security issues than it solves though.
(News) Internet users are not as isolated as sociologists thought. A new study finds the Internet broadens our social circle, and Facebook gets particular credit.
(News) Microsoft has unveiled a much-needed redesign of the MSN.com site which includes feeds from Facebook and Twitter. The cleaner and more functional MSN.com could revive the concept of the web portal.
(News) It's goodbye to English as the Internet's language as ICANN sets the stage for domain names in non-Latin character sets. Good luck typing them.
(News) ICANN has approved the use of non-Latin alphabet characters in some domain suffixes. The decision takes the Web a step closer to actually being 'World Wide'.
(News) The Internet at 40: History Began With Its First Crash
(News) Few organizations across Europe have upgraded to IPv6, the new version of the Internet's addressing protocol, according to a survey.
(News) Facebook invited developers to a special Roadmap Edition of the Facebook Developer Garage. Facebook is implementing a number of changes to streamline the interface and help both users and developers.
(News) The idea comes from a "three-strikes" law being consider in France and elsewhere. Aims for voluntary compliance to stop illegal file sharing.
(News) Net netutrality is a case of who you fear most: Evil telecom companies or the evil FCC? Companies are unlikely to behave without the threat of FCC action, but if the FCC acts we may wish that it hadn't.
(News) Google rolled out Social Search today, leveraging social networking to merge Web search with real-time indexing. Social Search shows promise, but Facebook is conspicuously missing from the search results.
(News) Net Neutrality FAQ: What's in it for You
(News) If the FCC decides to make net neutrality the law, that is exactly what it will be: A law intended to protect one set of freedoms at the expense of another.
(News) McCain Moves to Block FCC Net Neutrality
(News) FCC Moves Toward Net Neutrality
(News) Equinix has agreed to acquire Switch & Data Facilities in a $689 million deal that will bring together two of the world's largest operators of data centers.
(News) Web Company CEOs Call for Net Neutrality Rules
(News) Letter to FCC Chair Genachowski signed by CEOs of Google, Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, eBay, and others.
(News) Unknown 'Superpower' Hosts Dominate Internet Traffic, Study Says
(News) Some Democrats, Minority Groups Question Net Neutrality
(News) Google discussed its various forays into different areas of technology Wednesday at a media roundtable at its New York headquarters.
(News) Like the Internet? Own a digital camera? Thank these three scientists.
(News) Google Borrows From Yahoo and Best Buy to Tweak Search Options
(News) The Upside of Unbinding ICANN From U.S. Oversight
(News) U.S. Loosens Grip On Internet, Domain Chaos To Follow?
(News) The fun logos are fine, but how about a clickable link to find out what they mean? Then we can get on with our lives.
(News) Apple's U.S. terms of services don't contain "personal, non-commercial" language that may apply in the U.K. and Sweden.
(News) Battle Lines Drawn in FCC Net Neutrality Fight
(News) Researcher Paul Ohm says lawsuits and an FTC probe may be in the making: Anonymous data really isn't.
(News) New rules would prohibit discrimination among applications on the nation's telecommunications, wireless, and cable Internet services.
(News) FCC to Take a Stand on Net Neutrality
(News) Bailout Data may Go Online
(News) 'Father of Internet' Reviews His Work
(News) A Swedish start up is nearly set to launch a Web-based application that monitors millions of blog and other media for specific keywords and topics.
(News) They cite various reasons heading into an Oct. 7 hearing. What's a reader to think?
(News) Google Chrome 3.0 Still Isn't Ready for Businesses
(News) Not trying to pick on Chrome, which helps keep the others honest, but any cool feature that appears in one will show up in the others.
(News) FastFlip tries to make online news more like reading a newspaper. There are truncated headlines and lots of terribly rendered pages.
(News) International Internet traffic has grown at 79 percent since last year, up from 61 percent in 2008, according to Telegeography.
(News) OpenID to Offer Easy Access to Government Resources
(News) Microsoft said that criminals are starting to exploit an unpatched flaw in its IIS server software.
(News) Amazon is offering to return the book or send cash to customers who found "Nineteen Eighty-Four" wiped from their Kindle e-readers.
(How To) Master Your Own Internet Domain
(News) Microsoft says it will patch a bug in IIS 5 and IIS 6, one day after a hacker released attack code that exploits the issue.
(News) Internet Explorer 8 Moves into Businesses
(News) Building Business Online
(News) Italy Scrutinizes Google News for Antitrust Violations
(News) The coverage of the New York Skanks story has been depressing. It's continued way too long and if Rosemary Port is really going to sue Google, she should just get on with it.
(News) Google Cuts Online Book Deals with European Libraries
(News) I hope Liskula's case makes people think before they commit vile attacks while hiding behind an anonymous user name.
(News) This case reminds us that First Amendment or not, malicious speech is not protected speech.
(News) There is no reason to invest in creating a new browser unless it can do something special that also has the ability to generate revenue.
(News) RockMelt To Enter the Browser War, But Why?
(News) Google says that Caffeine could change search results, raising the prospect of companies' needing to change their SEO to protect their Google ranking.
(News) Tr.im Closes, Blaming Twitter
(News) By saying Yahoo was never a "search company" she is simply rewriting the company's founding to cover its most important failure.
(News) Think social networking isn't a security risk? Try telling it to the Marines--and then convince yourself.
(News) Google Chrome Gets Data Sync Features
(News) Browser Market Share Claims Are Dubious
(News) Yahoo Is Over
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(News) Start a Blog For Your Business
(News) Firefox 3.5 Can Still Learn From Its Competition
(News) Unlock the Secrets of Successful Websites
(News) Boost Your Company's Image With Video
(News) More Broadband for Your Buck
(News) Microsoft will begin pushing Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) to enterprises next month via Windows Server Update Services, the company said this week.
(News) Comcast Deploys WiMax 4G Broadband
(News) New Role Urged for ICANN
(News) China Restricts Google Access as Porn Dispute Continues
(News) The Evolution of eBay
(News) The Cost (and Payoff) of Investing in Social Media
(News) Opera Unite Offers Killer Media Sharing, But Fails at Social Networking
(News) The Real Battle Behind Network Neutrality
(News) Web Inventor Helps UK Government Open Access
(News) Safari 4 Download Stat Is Pure Hype
(News) Paving the Way For Premiu Content
(News) 20 Years Ago Today: Birth of the Dot-Com Era
(News) U.S. Government Records Go Online in Volume
(News) Shopping Thrives Online Despite Recession
(News) Social Networks: The Future of Computing?
(News) ISP Pricewert Protests Shutdown
(News) Bloggers Want to Make You Pay (And You Eventually May)
(News) Report: Yahoo's CEO Ready for a Microsoft Deal
(News) Use RightNow to Track Twitter and YouTube Comments
(News) Google Backs Away From Newspaper Buyout, Says Ad Model Is Obsolete
(News) Mozilla's Jetpack Builds on Firefox's Top Strength
(News) Google Chrome Update Adds Speed, Privacy Improvements
(News) Microsoft Withdraws Request for EU Antitrust Hearing
(News) Marketing Experts Don't 'Get' Twitter
(News) Are Your Salespeople Using Twitter?
(News) Obama Administration's Websites Disappoint
(News) SEC Looks into Corporate Twitter Use
(News) Recruiting with Social Networks Is Iffy
(News) Webcams Gone Creative
(News) Time Warner Drops Usage-Based Access Fees -- For Now
(News) Why Metered Broadband Would Work
(News) Time Warner and AT&T Can't Hide From the Future
(News) Tap into the Digg community from an instant toolbar to get closer to customers.
(How To) New Twitter search tools might soon challenge Google, but you can already get results as feeds.
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(News) Facebook’s Latest Design Update Helps Businesses
(News) Why Firefox Has Jumped the Shark
(News) Carriers and net neutrality proponents found themselves at odds Monday during a discussion on whether to place strict net...
(News) Firefox May Already Be Dead
(News) Mozilla late last night posted the first beta release of Fennec, its mobile version of the Firefox Web browser.
(News) Google has introduced what it says is a faster beta version of Chrome. The announcement was made on a new company blog devoted...
(News) What Is Google Really Doing With Chrome?
(News) First there was iBreviary, the Vatican-approved daily prayer book for Roman Catholics for the iPhone. Now, the Vatican is...
(News) Microsoft Corp.'s move to let users cripple Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) isn't enough to solve its newest antitrust problems with...
(News) 500M Bps Soon in a Copper Line Near You, Ericsson Says
(News) Firms Turn to Web for Help in Tough Economy
(News) Web surfers have learned to ignore banner ads. Eye-tracking studies show that most of us don't even look at them. That's why a...
(News) After a six-hour Internet-organized pillow fight attracted more than people to San Francisco's Justin Herman Plaza, city...
(News) Dropping IE in favor of a newer rendering engine may be not be as easy as it seems.
(News) Mozilla Corp. on Friday announced it will dump Version 3.1 as the name of the next edition of Firefox and instead call it...
(News) Apple's Safari browser has taken some shots lately over its security capabilities compared to those of other popular...
(News) Over the past year, Internet Explorer has lost market share while browsers such as Mozilla's Firefox, Apple's Safari and even...
(News) A report released on Monday by California's Secretary of State, Debra Bowen, explains how nearly 200 votes were deleted from...
(News) After several delays, Mozilla Corp. Tuesday set a release schedule for Firefox 3.1 Beta 3, the next milestone on the road to...
(News) I saw it on Twitter so it must be true: Microsoft is relaunching/rebranding its Live Search service.
(News) The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) has launched a code of practice for targeted online advertising services that track...
(News) Mozilla Corp. today patched eight security vulnerabilities in Firefox, half of them critical memory corruption flaws in the...
(How To) Harness the Power of Facebook
(News) Does Microsoft's Kumo Herald an Era of Visual Search?
(News) Although Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer (IE) continued to bleed market share last month, Apple Inc.'s Safari was an even...
(News) How Electronic Readers Could Save Newspapers
(News) How to Improve the Web
(News) Nearly a quarter of U.S. workers spend three to five hours a week surfing the Internet while on the job, according to survey...
(News) Full Review: Apple Safari 4 Beta
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(News) Google Chrome: A Wake-Up Call for Safari
(News) Get ready for i.biz, u.biz and probably we.biz.
(News) It's vexing enough when certain Web sites render incorrectly in your chosen browser (see "When good browsers go bad -- and...
(News) Yahoo May Overhaul Top Management Next Week, Report Says
(News) Social Networks are Thriving, But Why?
(News) Misguided Online Child-Safety Laws Hurt Business
(News) It might have been done in the spirit of Fake Steve Jobs, but Canon USA apparently didn't think it was funny when an anonymous...
(News) Facebook's next ad could feature your company pictures.
(News) By cutting the connections, Microsoft could better protect users with more frequent browser patches.
(News) The real journalist behind the Fake Steve Jobs says the blogging industry is kaput.
(How To) Business owners across the country are beginning to see a new marketplace: Online social networks.
(Reviews) Here's a look at some of the key features that will be included in IE 8, and why companies may be better off using it than Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
(News) Don't Pay Ransom for Kidnapped Domain Names (and Remember Your Renewals)
(News) Security is as much about choices as it is about policies. Which software solution you pick is as important as how you...
(News) Be careful what you post on social networks. Dartmouth professor Reiko Ohnuma learned that lesson the hard way when a student...
(How To) Are you really going to trust that your ISP isn't throttling your Net connection? These tools will let you find out for yourself.
(News) German domain name sales outpaced those of other leading European countries in 2008 by a wide margin.
(News) Bad ads can come back to bite you.
(News) A version of IE for Linux could help Microsoft regain some of its market share.
(News) If the world ever needed proof that it's Google's Web and we just surf on it, we got it in spades last Saturday morning when...
(News) Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) again lost market share last month, although at a slower rate than the previous two-month...
(How To) Set Firefox and IE not to show images to improve browsing through a slow Internet connection.
(News) Only 7 percent of those who indulge in such sessions were caught in the act (so to speak).
(News) Google's new open source Web browser is a frustrating blend of excellent security model, questionable decisions, and a dearth...
(News) The EU antitrust agency's move is meant to promote "head-to-head competition."
(News) Fast, stable, and bug-free, IE8 RC1 reveals few obvious changes over the previous Beta 2 release.
(News) The Encyclopaedia Britannica Online is taking a page from rival Wikipedia and inviting community contributions.
(News) ComScore World Metrix reports the global Internet audience surpassed 1 billion visitors in December 2008 -- where are they all coming from?
(News) Video telepresence will become more prevalent, and the travel industry will lose out, analysts say.
(News) We know all about this tech stuff, the next generation of tech workers says -- how should the workplace deal with them?
(News) Verify users with CAPTCHA to keep spam bots at bay.
(News) From MySpace and Facebook to Google searches and instant messaging, there are no game-changers in social media.
(News) The Kentucky Court of Appeals has overturned a previous Circuit Court ruling that let the state seize Internet gambling sites.
(News) In what is most likely a well-meaning attempt to remix the Apple App Store sans iTunes, ReadWriteWeb points out that an...
(News) The Holy See appears set to start riding the Web 2.0 wave.
(News) China's government is extending an anti-pornography campaign to mobile phones.
(News) SAFE cable helps bring down Internet costs in Mauritius.
(News) Wikia co-founder Angela Beesley says that wikis could learn a trick or two from Facebook.
(News) The number of Internet users in China rose 41.9 percent to 298 million in 2008.
(News) Some tweets show the up side of Twitter -- other tweets show the potential pitfalls.
(News) Swedish operator TeliaSonera will launch mobile services based on LTE during 2010, it said on Thursday.
(News) Mozilla said Tuesday that it will delay the third beta of Firefox 3 .1, citing a "large number" of remaining bugs as the...
(News) [FULL DISCLOSURE: In addition to being a 20-year Security Guy, I work for Microsoft. While I try hard to focus on objective...
(How To) Instantly search IMDB, Amazon, and more, directly from the browser's search bar.
(News) Revamps auto-update mechanism to offer 'stable,' 'beta' and 'dev' builds.
(News) Web sites belonging to the U.S. Army and NATO have been hacked by pro-Palestinian activists.
(News) The CEO of Seattle-area consulting company Minecode faces prison time for destroying a customer's Web site.
(News) A good education is a stepping stone to a better life. That's just as true in China as it is anywhere else, but attending...
(News) Tool kit availability points to an early April release for browser.
(News) State seeks to take over offshore gambling sites used by Kentucky residents.
(News) China's government has launched a campaign to stamp out Internet pornography.
(News) As much as you love to hear us babble on about all the stuff that we come across on the show floor--ooh, I think I got some...
(How To) Use advanced, hidden Google search terms to improve hits. Plus track packages, look up words, convert units, and activate other tricks.
(News) The online brokerage E-Trade has been fined $1 million for having inadequate policies to prevent money laundering.
(News) It's a New Year's resolution IT pros can -- and should -- stick to.
(News) Research firm Foresee says many e-retailers faltered on satisfaction levels this year.
(News) Researchers have discovered a way to launch an undetectable phishing attack, exploiting flaws in the MD5 algorithm.
(News) Strong sales or off-work holidays may be the cause for post-Christmas Eve surge.
(News) The Sea Me We 4 cable has broken again, disrupting efforts to restore communications between Europe and Asia.
(News) Microsoft's browser dips under 60%, while Mozilla's Firefox is unable to regain September losses to Chrome, Opera.
(News) U.S. President-elect Barack Obama showed other politicians how to harness the power of the Web in 2008, bringing political...
(News) Microsoft explains how it overlooked a critical flaw in Internet Explorer that prompted back-to-back patches.
(News) The target of an RIAA copyright infringement claim is still fighting the lawsuit.
(How To) Use RSS alerts so that industry news gets pushed directly to you.
(News) Voice and Internet traffic between Europe and Asia and the Middle East was disrupted Friday after undersea data cables were...
(News) Google's YouTube has rolled out a high-definition option for video uploads and created new landing pages for music, news and...
(News) Newest developer build, 22.214.171.124, fixes 31 flaws.
(News) Now that Yahoo says it will retain Web search data for only three months, Google and Microsoft may do the same.
(News) The Gates Foundation awards nearly $7 million to help libraries in seven U.S. states improve their broadband connections.
(News) A new survey conducted by Harris Interactive and sponsored by Intel, finds that Americans love and need the Internet. In fact...
(News) MIT computer science professor David Karger's research team has developed software dubbed list.it that's designed to...
(News) A "clerical error" by Mozilla Corp. omitted one of the security patches that was supposed to be included in the Windows...
(News) Adobe Systems is extending on Thursday its AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) technology to Linux desktops.
(News) A trademark application Microsoft filed earlier this month suggests the company may use the "Kumo" name for more than just its...
(News) A controversial proposal to create hundreds of new generic top-level domains is generating harsh criticism as corporations and...
(News) What started out as a banking crisis became, in 2008, a story for everyone: retailers, consumers, auto workers -- and tech professionals.
(News) Those shopping online seek good values over even security, researchers report.
(News) Online holiday shopping has jumped after a slow start this season.
(News) Analysis: An AdAge study found that few consumers are willing to pay to have advertising removed from their favorite sites.
(News) A legal expert is questioning whether a child abuse watchdog should have reversed a ban on a Wikipedia page earlier this week.
(News) Juggling three browsers will be a thing of the past -- eventually.
(News) Google Inc. announced late yesterday that it's teaming up with a slew of publishers to give old magazines new life -- by...
(News) Microsoft unveiled an online service that can be used to collect and share bits of information from various Web pages.
(News) Mozilla's new beta adds private browsing and other nifty features.
(News) Mozilla's Beta 2 lags behind two rivals, but new TraceMonkey engine beats others by a mile.
(News) Internet startups presenting at Le Web 08 conference in Paris have a common theme: social networking.
(News) Is GPS tracking of high credit-risk drivers a good practice, or just a plain-old privacy violation?
(News) Google has released a new technology called Native Client, which is similar to Microsoft's ActiveX.
(News) A Congressional study puts priority on cyberspace as part of a national security strategy.
(News) Employees who waste time with random searching should be kept off the web, a researcher advises British firms.
(News) South African diamond conglomerate D Beers is trying to force a satirical site to quite picking on it.
(News) An analyst with ties to the telecom industry says Google isn't paying its fair share in maintaining Internet resources.
(News) Google's planned extension mechanism for Chrome highlights the changing nature of Web-based threats.
(News) The browser protection relies on an older blacklist protocol.
(News) Former DOJ lawyer says agency was set to charge Google with antitrust violations.
(News) A networking problem knocked Yahoo offline Wednesday.
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(News) The Open Internet Coalition calls on Barack Obama to act quickly on net neutrality promises.
(News) Registrations begin Wednesday for the new TLD .tel.
(News) Multiple languages and relevant applications will help bring more people to the Internet, according to participants at an...
(News) Mozilla hopes to convince laggards to upgrade before Firefox 2.0 loses support.
(News) Push-based policy alerts and Web-based hearing oversight can help us improve democracy through use of the Net.
(News) At first glance, Google's plans for building an extension/plug-in framework for Chrome look quite promising.
(News) Former AOL CEO Jon Miller is reportedly trying to round up investors to buy all or part of Yahoo.
(News) Last week it was I Want Sandy. Yesterday, Pownce. Which Web 2.0 startups will disappear tomorrow? Twitter? Facebook??
(News) Sterlite Technologies Limited recently showcased its 'Sterlite Fiber Powered Home' at a sample apartment provided by D B...
(News) A researcher says that users could save as much as 10 watts of power by turning off flashy Web animation on their PCs.
(News) Maybe you don't know Matt Brucker, but he's my hero. How did he become my hero? Simple: At the end of last month, I wrote a...
(News) Today's hint is about OS X 10.5's built-in Web server, and how you can make it easy to access sites you're running off that...
(News) iiNet gets into hot water for attempting to protect customers.
(News) On Oct. 14, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, with help from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and New Zealand police...
(News) A Florida doctor is sentenced to more than 33 years in prison on child pornography charges.
(News) Facebook held one of its hackathons earlier this month, in which the company's engineers stay up all night working on...
(News) President-elect Barack Obama considers Internet infrastructure to be key. But how we define an ISP could have far-reaching consequences.
(News) For the second time in less than two weeks, Apple Inc. updated its Safari Web browser by issuing version 3.2.1 Monday.
(News) She was the new girl in town for a while, but Google Chrome has lost her shine. Sorry Chrome: You've been swell, but I'm going back to my old flame, Firefox.
(News) Apple has posted some new pages to its Web site, specifically targeted to help iPhone 3G users get the most from their iPhone...
(News) Microsoft Thursday said it would issue a release candidate (RC) for Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) in the first three months of...
(News) Amazon announced on Tuesday a new S3-based service called CloudFront. This content delivery network that aligns with the...
(News) Advocates for the Ruby programming language on Wednesday hailed its usefulness as an enterprise application development...
(News) Microsoft will no longer play under the bright lights of Major League Baseball, which has decided to throw out the vendor's...
(News) A new Web site that combines sports news, fantasy competition and social networking is relying on server and I/O...
(News) With the help of Internet pioneer Vint Cert, NASA has successfully tested its own deep space Internet.
(News) Google will shut down by the end of the year its Lively virtual world, which was the company's alternative to Second Life.
(News) New travel planners aren't your everyday Orbitz.
(News) Google has put a calculator on its Web site to help companies figure out the cost of spam.
(News) The BBC is to stream its two most popular channels BBC One and BBC Two live on the internet from next week. The live simulcast...
(News) When Vint Cerf, the father of the Internet speaks out on a topic, you should listen. Cerf has recently expressed concern about...
(News) Separately, Mozilla notes IRS audit over 2005 income from partnership.
(News) Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said a Yahoo acquisition is still off the table, despite Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang's decision to step...
(News) Baidu has removed some medical companies from its pay-for-performance search listing business because they do not hold...
(News) U.S. e-tail sales had their lowest growth in October since 2001, according to comScore.
(News) Microsoft's RIA framework offers client-side programming with .Net languages and tools, plus high performance.
(News) JavaFX, Sun Microsystems' entrant in the rich Internet application (RIA) space, is nearly ready for prime time and, by the...
(News) China Mobile plans to build an Apps Store, which will compete with Apple's and Google's.
(News) Yahoo has begun a search for a new CEO, the company announced Monday.
(News) Microsoft has filed a suit asking for patents owned by WebXchange to be declared invalid.
(News) Reliability, support, and quality are priorities, a survey of small businesses report.
(News) Apple Friday added anti-phishing protection to Safari, the last major browser to receive the feature that blocks known...
(News) As the Obama administration sets up shop, Google's voice gets louder on tech issues in government.
(News) Google accounted for 71.7 percent of U.S. Web searches in October, up from 64.5 percent the same month last year.
(News) The popular RSS reader Bloglines was offline for several hours on Thursday.
(News) An Estonian company that registers domains name have its accreditation revoked in about two weeks, said Internet's addressing...
(News) Equifax is now offering its first Information Card, called the Over 18 I-Card.
(News) Microsoft will add Facebook-like social-networking features to the next version of its Windows Live services, due later this...
(News) Google is enhancing its Site Search service for businesses with on-demand indexing capabilities.
(News) Barack Obama's Web site had better uptime than rival John McCain's during the recent presidential election.
(News) Recent outages affecting Google Apps have received a disproportionately large amount of coverage from the technology press...
(News) Facebook said users of its mobile offerings have tripled in number since the beginning of the year.
(News) The digital Disneyland of the future -- where we freely work and play online -- may be at risk.
(News) Yahoo has released an advanced version of its BrowserPlus Web development technology, enabling developers to use it on their...
(News) MGM said it has started offering a limited amount of content on YouTube.
(News) Starting on Monday, Internet Explorer users who download the Java Runtime Environment will be offered the MSN Toolbar.
(News) Internet addiction is on the rise in the world's largest Net market, and now Chinese doctors have officially defined it as an...
(News) Al Gore discussed the transformative power of the Web in politics at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco Friday.
(News) FCC chairman Kevin Martin and Google co-founder Larry Page talked about using white spaces to stream data wirelessly during a...
(News) Facebook doesn't obsess over revenue, nor its $15 billion valuation, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said.
(News) Researchers at UC Berkeley and Nokia will test a new system, called Mobile Millennium, which uses GPS phone data to monitor...
(News) Intel sees big opportunities for Web 2.0 both in the consumer and enterprise markets, CEO Paul Otellini said.
(News) Google is awaiting confirmation that four employees will face charges in Italy for failing to stop the publishing a bullying...
(News) Sxip, which develops the free single sign-on plug-in for Firefox called Sxipper, is working to revolutionize the use of...
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(News) Web entrepreneurs shouldn't be spooked by the economic downturn and its accompanying tightening of venture capital.
(News) Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang said he's willing to sell Yahoo to Microsoft, or do a search deal.
(News) Norway's consumer protection official is not satisfied with Apple's response to his issue with iTunes DRM restrictions...
(News) Developers working on Mozilla Corp.'s next browser Tuesday added a privacy mode to the still-under-construction Firefox 3.1, a...
(News) This week's Web 2.0 Summit will explore how Web technologies can be used to tackle major global problems.
(News) Scammers are using text messaging, Facebook and e-mail hacking to try to disenfranchise voters in the 2008 election.
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(News) Mozilla's Firefox climbed above 20% market share for two weeks last month, but ended October just under the milestone, a Web...
(News) The EFF's OurVoteLive.org Web site was clobbered Tuesday morning by Web traffic, as people logged on to view reports of...
(News) Yahoo and Google may have revised the terms of their deal in hopes of satisfying the U.S. Department of Justice.
(News) A Facebook app lets users remind people to vote in the U.S. presidential election by "donating" their status.
(News) UPDATE: Deceptive advertising may be illegal in the US, but Yahoo's ad network appears to offer it to publishers.
(News) Yahoo's Direct Media Exchange allows advertisers to run deceptive ads.
(News) Google and Yahoo may drop their search ad deal due to objections from the U.S. government, The Wall Street Journal says.
(News) A row between Cogent and Sprint-Nextel has turned nasty, as Sprint-Nextel decided to sever the Internet connection between the...
(News) Alibaba is no longer advertising with Chinese search engine Baidu.
(News) Mozilla is considering just two more security updates for Firefox 2.0 before it retires the browser at the end of this year.
(News) ICANN proposes a new way of granting top-level domain requests.
(News) China's Internet regulator on Monday ordered 10 online video sites to shut down and warned another 17, resuming an aggressive...
(News) Search engines such as Google are increasingly being used by hackers against Web applications that hold sensitive data...
(News) Europe's data protection frameworks need updating, but it will be two to three years before companies even see proposals.
(News) Yahoo will provide access to its new developer toosl and APIs next week, the company said Friday.
(News) U.S. e-shoppers will increase their holiday spending modestly this year because of economic concerns.
(News) Microsoft has chosen Telefonica as the carrier to provide VOIP services to Windows Live Messenger users in the U.S. and South...
(News) French search company Exalead has updated its enterprise search offering.
(News) The note that Andy Gladys sent out to the Application Systems User Group of Greater Cleveland this week could not have been...
(News) Click dipped slightly to 16 percent in Q3 but remains a major problem for search advertisers.
(News) Orkut introduces a filter that will help users block out sexual content
(News) U Rank lets users edit search results and share changes with their online connections.
(News) Google has patched its Chrome browser to block a months-old bug that can be used to trick people into downloading and...
(News) Industries that go through big changes have always attracted startups, and the online music industry is no different. One of...
(News) The Internet will get support for IPv6, a more secure domain name system and international characters during the next couple...
(News) Users of the iGoogle personal home-page service are flooding discussion forums and blogs with complaints about its recent...
(News) U.S. presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama take different approaches to tech issues.
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(News) Yahoo continues to roll out its Open Strategy aimed at overhauling its platform and services by opening itself to more...
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(News) Congress has passed -- and the president has signed -- the Broadband Data Improvement Act. It may now be possible to get some...
(News) Opera revealed a search engine that indexes structural information about Web pages so people can see what technologies are...
(News) Vodafone doesn't believe network neutrality will work as capacity demands continue to increase.
(News) As rumors about a Yahoo-AOL merger grow louder, industry experts caution that such a deal could create more problems than it...
(News) Google is holding its first developer day in Bangalore.
(News) Google will appeal two German court decisions that found the search company violated copyright rules by showing thumbnails of...
(News) IBM and Beijing's Palace Museum have launched a virtual tour of the Forbidden City.
(News) A Yahoo shareholder has distributed a proposal outlining terms for a new acquisition offer by Microsoft.
(News) The U.S. Department of Justice successfully prosecuted two Web site operators for obscenity reviving the debate over whether community standards should determine whether adult content is criminally obscene.
(News) The U.S. government is soliciting comments on a way to make the Internet's addresssing system less susceptible to tampering by...
(News) Microsoft's Live Labs group has launched a Web-based application that surfaces politics-related information and articles that...
(News) Would YouTube users leave better comments if they first heard their words read back to them out loud?
(News) A popular Firefox add-on designed to block scripts and plug-ins has been updated to stymie the new "clickjacking" class of...
(News) Digg founder Kevin Rose said the social news recommendation site is not doing enough to reach people with niche interests...
(News) While there are a number of security risks in the world of electronic commerce, SQL injection is one of the most common Web...
(News) More bad news for fans of the "I bought it, I own it, I can do what I want with it" approach to living.
(News) The security researchers who two weeks ago warned of new "clickjacking" vulnerabilities in browsers, Web sites and popular...
(News) A popular security tool for the Firefox browser has been upgraded to block one of the most dangerous and troubling security...
(News) Google is testing a new feature on its Maps site that adds geo-tagged video from YouTube to maps in the same way that photos...
(News) Alibaba.com will invest US$73
é million in its popular Taobao consumer auction site over the next five years.
(News) Recruiting site Monster bought 55 percent of ChinaHR for US$174 million in cash Wednesday, adding to the 40 percent it already...
(News) Yahoo plans to launch a public beta test of a new Yahoo Calendar on Wednesday.
(News) Wikia Search is launching a development platform for creating applications that sharpen its ability to solve queries.
(News) Facebook rolls out Web search on its site, based on a deal with Microsoft.
(News) HP and Tandberg are uniting to provide a single source for telepresence gear as well as installation and monitoring.
(News) Steve Jobs is not dying -- but fact-checking is on life-support.
(News) Usenet, a source of community and file exchange for many long-term users, is now being targeted by some of the major ISPs. Is it on its last legs?
(News) The growth in U.S. online advertising spending slowed down significantly in the first half of 2008.
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(News) Report on CNN-sponsored site taken seriously because of CNN's reputation, some say.
(News) Craigslist's founder calls on the U.S. government to better use the Web to increase transparency and accountability.
(News) An influential group of eBay merchants is blasting recent changes in the online marketplace.
(News) Google has outlined a $4.4 trillion plan to slash the use of fossil fuels by 2030.
(News) Amazon.com's Jeff Bezos and Salesforce.com's Marc Benioff have invested in a New York startup that allows people to book...
(News) A more intelligent and proactive Web is close at hand.
(News) ICANN officials hear concerns about outside takeover of the organization and accountability to the public during a meeting in...
(News) The whole IT industry has high hopes for mobile advertising, but it's still in its infancy and has many hurdles to overcome...
(News) Microsoft is offering frequent flyer miles to attract users to its search engine.
(News) RealNetworks and the MPAA filed lawsuits against each other over the RealDVD copying software.
(News) Google continued improving usage analytics for YouTube videos.
(News) Many sandbox security vendors claim that their products stop all known and unknown attacks. Even assuming the ability to...
(News) Almost 2.7 million Facebook members have joined a group opposed to the site's redesign and planned a boycott.
(News) The EU wants to take lead in 'Web 3.0' technology, says the telecom commissioner.
(News) Chinese search engine Baidu is investing $15M in video streaming company UiTV. The company will manage Baidu's movie download...
(News) Orkut has blocked a community of fans of an Indian terrorist group
(News) China's Xinhua News Agency ran a story about astronauts in space before they left Earth.
(News) MySpace Music represents a promising next step in the tumultuous integration of the Web into the music business, but its...
(News) A popular New York radio show is taking reader participation to a new level -- by enlisting them to help produce the show...
(News) Google has released a service called Moderator that organizations can use to better plan Q&A sessions in meetings.
(News) Yahoo rolled out part of a new advertising platform on Wednesday intended to streamline how digital ads are bought and placed...
(News) MySpace will launch on Thursday an online music service it expects will take this market to another level.
(News) Social news pioneer Digg plans to grow its staff, boost its features and expand internationally.
(News) Mozilla Corp. late Tuesday patched 11 vulnerabilities in Firefox 3.0, more than half of them labeled "critical," and fixed 14...
(News) The Electronic Divide emphasizes the man-made weaknesses we create when we are too dependent on technology.
(News) The Washington D.C. government is migrating its 38,000 employees over to Gmail and Google Apps, which it plans to use for document sharing, spreadsheets and as a wiki. Here's a look at how and why, from cost to continuity.
(News) Vivek Kundra, CTO of the District of Columbia, says he found two compelling reasons to switch the D.C. government over to...
(News) Google is allowing online book stores and other third-party Web sites to use its Book Search service, for previewing and...
(News) EBay's search engine malfunctioned recently, but the company has fixed the problem and will issue credits to merchants.
(News) IBM is offering new Rational AppScan software that does source-code security analysis.
(News) While there have been myriad Web 2.0 projects set up to sway voters toward one presidential candidate or another, a new wiki...
(News) Online dating Web sites are facing ever-increasing pressure due in part to social-networking sites but are finding ways to...
(News) Record companies are scrambling to find new ways to distribute music. The latest is slotMusic, albums stored on microSD cards...
(News) Employees say non-work-related surfing makes them more efficient.
(News) AMR Research analyst Jonathan Yarmis gives perspective on the milestones and minefields of social networking.
(News) Kroll Ontrack says it can recover files and folders on virtual systems using its new proprietary technology.
(News) Hackers have published a list of Billoreilly.com premium members, obtained from the talk show host's Web site.
(News) Google fixed a Gmail problem that resulted in a spike in spam getting delivered to users' inboxes.
(News) Google's Blogger blog-publishing service has been hit by a bug affecting some of its key functions.
(News) Google further solidified its position as the top preferred search engine in the U.S. in August while Microsoft and Yahoo...
(News) Facebook's Beacon advertising system found itself in the midst of a blogosphere brouhaha Thursday after two Facebook...
(News) Google and GE are partnering to boost adoption of new technologies and policies for clean energy.
(News) Amid this week's turmoil on Wall Street, the Wall Street Journal launched a redesigned Web site complete with social networking.
(News) Google Tuesday ramped up its defense of a proposed search advertising deal with Yahoo Inc. by moving to debunk the assertions...
(News) The Web usage tracking service Sitemeter has rolled back an upgrade, saying it pushed it out without enough testing.
(News) Best Buy has agreed to pay around US$121 million in cash for online music retailer Napster
(News) Tim Berners-Lee launches a new Web foundation focused on extending the Web to all the world's population.
(News) A new breed of semantic search technology will upset the ubiquitous but often inaccurate keyword method, analysts say.
(News) Increasing numbers of employers are checking out potential staff's social networking profiles, says Careerbuilder.com.
(News) Microsoft Friday defended the Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) tool that suggests sites based on the URLs typed into its address bar...
(News) Yahoo is advancing its open platform vision, but it is far from completing the project.
(News) Google's Korean unit acquired South Korean blogging platform provider Tatter and Co. (TNC) on Friday, according to one of the...
(News) Google is still mulling whether to give search users features to influence directly how results are ranked and evaluated.
(News) Open-source options for enterprise search got a little bigger Thursday with the launch of Simplexo.
(News) IBM is testing a "Spoken Web" to link communities that have low levels of literacy and low Internet penetration.
(News) Google is to blame for publishing a six-year old story that caused a drop in United Airlines' stock.
(News) The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the U.S. DOJ may be getting ready to sue over the Google/Yahoo search ad deal.
(News) Satellite company O3b Networks has linked up with Google and other investors to bring cheaper, high-speed wireless Internet...
(News) Google will half the length of time it holds data linking surfers's IP addresses to their Web searches.
(News) Google announced a deal with NBC Universal for advertising, research and technology.
(News) Yammer and FairSoftware launched new tools for businesses at the TechCrunch conference in San Francisco Monday.
(News) Recently issued patents are designed to allow for insuring data in transit across the Internet.
(News) Google Chrome's SaaS model should worry IT.
(News) Giants like Ford, Wal-Mart say deal would cut competition and raise ad prices.
(News) As Google enters its second decade of existence with no apparent rivals for the search-king throne, industry observers warn...
(News) Young Canadians entering the workforce view social and instant messaging tools in the same way the older generation use the...
(News) The region has a 39 percent share of the world's broadband use, and subscriber numbers have nearly quadrupled in 5 years.
(News) Despite prognostications that the Internet is about to collapse from the weight of traffic growth -- especially video --...
(News) A team of researchers have built a malicious Facebook program that demonstrates the possible dangers of social networking...
(News) Data checks in... but it won't check out! No, not really; data management is just more of a pain than you might expect. To use Google App Engine today, you need to use a Python API to export from its proprietary data store. But soon, Google says, the situation will get a lot easier.
(News) Facebook has started testing a safety icon developed by the state of New Jersey to allow users of the social networking site...
(News) CNBC and LinkedIn are teaming up to share content to be broadcast on the business network and posted on the social networking...
(News) U.K. Internet surfers will likely soon see the deployment of a controversial behavioral ad targeting system, while the concept...
(News) Gartners Hype Cycle analysis reviews cloud computing, social networking, green IT, microblogging and telepresence.
(News) The Pirate Bay cannot be reached in Italy after a judge's ruling barred ISPs in the country from accessing the file-sharing ...
(News) While Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz) campaign has long been a less than enthusiastic supporter of Web 2.0 technologies than rival...
(News) Netflix has resolved the technology problem that crippled its DVD distribution operation.
(News) Netflix's distribution operations continue facing serious disruptions due to a technology problem.
(News) Researchers at the University of Leipzig say that the e-mail address you choose says something about who you are.
(News) Google is offering more options for sharing feeds in Google Reader so that users have more control over who sees their feeds.
(News) Microsoft, Google and Yahoo were sued in India for allegedly promoting sex selection of children via ads and links on their...
(News) Responding to the Mozilla Labs' call for open-source design ideas won't make you money, but it's a business opportunity all the same.
(News) Google increased its U.S. Internet search market share in July, while MSN has been the biggest loser.
(News) Yahoo announced the general availability of Fire Eagle, its location-sharing platform.
(News) As Facebook-like apps infiltrate the enterprise, they're integrating the workforce in unforeseen ways.
(News) Google has admitted its $1 billion investment in AOL may not be worth what it was in 2006.
(News) NBC is using Cisco WAN acceleration to conserve transpacific bandwidth and offer more content to viewers.
(News) If you have something to say about this year's U.S. presidential campaign, new Web site You2Gov.com is inviting you to speak...
(News) Yahoo said it will start letting site visitors opt out of receiving customized advertising.
(News) It was all systems go for China Friday evening as the 2008 Olympics got underway with the games' opening ceremonies.
(News) A new online movement less than 24 hours old seeks to spread the Olympic spirit among users of the Twitter micro-blogging...
(News) Malicious hackers are trying to dupe Facebook users into downloading malware via deceptive Wall posts.
(News) Microsoft's SharePoint Server will be powering a portal that people will use to access information about the Beijing Olympics...
(News) Although July and August are often quiet months for politics amid the summer doldrums, the world of "Politics 2.0" has been...
(News) Publicis Groupe plans to give its new ad technology platform a boost by acquiring Performics from Google.
(News) Google will unveil the newest version of its Google Search Appliance today, boasting new functions to the tool that queries...
(News) The U.K government plans to respond next month to a EU query regarding whether a targeted Internet advertising system violates...
(News) China's top 10 Web sites have agreed not to pirate video clips of the Olympic games.
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(News) Microsoft has launched a redesign of its Live.com Web site.
(News) Irish language enthusiasts are challenging Cuil.com's definition of the word cuil to mean knowledge.
(News) Gartner advises companies to plot a clear e-commerce strategy before choosing hosted software for their online stores.
(News) Journalists connecting to the Internet at the Beijing International Media Center are discovering China is still blocking...
(News) The European Environmental Agency and Microsoft have built a Web portal showing the water quality ranking for 21,000 sites...
(News) New search engine Cuil seems to be off to a rocky start, associating some unrelated logos and photos with other content.
(News) Amazon has introduced two e-commerce payment services.
(News) Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Yahoo are partnering for cloud computing research and education in order to advance the development...
(News) Cuil, the latest self-appointed Google killer search engine, fared badly on its debut Monday.
(News) Academics who gathered at an annual event at Microsoft discussed shortcomings to current social-networking platforms.
(News) Italian prosecutors are considering criminally charging four Google executives for failing to stop the upload of a video of a...
(News) A ex-Googler and her husband launched the Cuil search engine on Monday
(News) Google has identified more than 1 trillion unique URLs on the Web.
(News) AOL will axe several services that haven't achieved enough popularity, as it struggles to grow its online ad business.
(News) The SIIA considers suing eBay for allowing counterfeit software to be sold there.
(News) Microsoft is working on a way to combine its online services into a single Web page to solve its branding problem, CEO Steve...
(News) A California Web site owner faces obcenity-related charges.
(News) Microsoft and Facebook will announce an Internet search and ad deal, the Wall Street Journal is reporting.
(News) China reasserted itself as the world's largest Internet market, with 253 million total users by the end of June.
(News) Microsoft has built its massive software business by watching other companies take the lead in emerging technology markets and...
(News) A U.S. judge rules that eBay is not legally liable for sales of counterfeit Tiffany jewelry on its site.
(News) Yahoo Saturday night rejected a joint proposal from Microsoft and investor Carl Icahn that had called for a restructuring and...
(News) Researchers at IBM's Almaden labs have developed software that lets you created slimmed-down versions of Web sites for mobile...
(News) Yet another version of the open source browser is already in the works, but Mozilla developers say this upgrade won't break existing plug-ins.
(News) One of China's top three online video sites resumed service Friday, after an unexplained interruption of over a month.
(News) Youku.com became the first of China's three largest online video Web sites to receive government permission to operate, the...
(News) Yahoo is making its search engine available to third parties to build their own search services, in return for a cut of their...
(News) A new service from IBM's AlphaWorks takes a collaborative approach to improving Web accessibility for the visually impaired.
(News) Google is adding a feature to its AdWords platform that lets advertisers see how frequently people use certain search terms to...
(News) Some Microsoft partners are less than thrilled by the company's push into a software-plus-services model, which will compete...
(News) Facing heat over privacy concerns, NebuAd said Tuesday it has a new notification and opt-out system for its targeted...
(News) IBM launched on Tuesday an application that seeks to harness the time of Internet users to make the Web more accessible to the...
(News) One of Front Seat's most popular Web sites is for the Predatory Lending Association. It features "racial profiling tools" and...
(News) The portable version of Firefox 3.0 goes where you go, on a USB keychain drive or any other portable media.
(News) Chinese President Hu Jintao became the first leader of his country to participate in an online chat Friday, the People's...
(News) Facebook and Chinese IM (instant messaging) champion Tencent look set to join the battle for China's social networkers.
(News) Three more high-ranking officials are leaving Yahoo, as the executive exodus continues at the embattled company.
(News) EBay is increasing fraud protections for buyers and sellers who use its PayPal online payment system.
(News) Yahoo is adding two new domains to Yahoo Mail to make available millions of new addresses to users.
(News) Researchers found a vulnerability in the Firefox 3 browser five hours after the browser was released.
(News) Mozilla logged more than 8 million downloads of Firefox 3 in 24 hours.
(News) Skype has released version 4.0 of its Net telephony and IM software, its biggest redesign yet, according to the eBay unit.
(News) LinkedIn has achieved a $1 billion valuation, according to its CEO.
(News) Microsoft is moving into the TV advertising realm with the acquisition announced on Wednesday of Navic Networks.
(News) A judge denied Yahoo shareholders' request to expedite the start of a trial against the company.
(News) Microsoft wants European researchers to help it shake up the search marketplace. It plans to open a search technology center...
(News) Domain name registrations increased by 6 percent in the first quarter of 2008.
(News) UPDATE: EBay will for the first time open up its Selling Manager tool to outside developers at its developers conference this week.
(News) Yahoo announced that it will begin running advertising from Google.
(News) Yahoo and Apple announcements overshadowed all other tech events this week for IT investors.
(News) Microsoft helped launch a new company, Zignals, that lets users sign up for stock alert services.
(News) A new survey shows that many U.S. residents want to telecommute but are not able to, often because their employers won't let...
(News) Yahoo is rolling back security and anti-spam enhancements to its Webmail service because they interfered with users' ability...
(News) Plaintiffs suing Yahoo want a judge to invalidate a severance plan they say Yahoo adopted to sabotage Microsoft's acquisition...
(News) Yahoo rolls out Local, its neighborhood information service in four Indian cities, with plans to extend the service to other...
(News) US companies need to embrace changes brought by the Internet in order to survive, said Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
(News) The war of words between investor Carl Icahn and Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock continues, with Icahn blasting off yet another...
(News) A series of messages on a Japanese online forum apparently posted by the person who killed 7 in Akihabara on Sunday chronicle the hours before the attacks.
(News) Carl Icahn increased his pressure on Yahoo, demanding that the company put itself up for sale for a little more than $34 a share.
(News) A leaked internal report detailing the secret test of a targeted advertising system by BT could fuel further complaints about...
(News) Privacy groups call for a congressional investigation of ISP plans to deliver targeted ads.
(News) Carl Icahn put his request to have Jerry Yang removed as Yahoo CEO in writing in a letter to Yahoo's board.
(News) Wikipedia's founder is unimpressed with semantic search engine Powerset's work with Wikipedia content.
(News) Europe's highest court will hear a trademark infringement suit concerning Google's keyword advertising system.
(News) Sobha Renaissance Information Technology (SRIT) in India tests a contextual search engine.
(News) Google has upgraded its Mini search appliance, it announced Tuesday.
(News) Facebook will roll out a dramatic redesign of its member profile interface next month and much attention is being paid to the...
(News) Facebook is taking a risky but necessary step in redesigning its member profile interface said application developers who...
(News) Microsoft said it is shutting down its book scanning and book search projects next week.
(News) Google extended its lead in search in April at the expense of rivals like Microsoft and Yahoo.
(News) Facebook said that its redesign of the profile page will include tabs to better organize information.
(News) AOL launches AOL Video in Taiwan, Canada, and India
(News) Microsoft executives laid out additional aspects of the company's search strategy on Wednesday and said its goals may take...
(News) Yahoo hangs over Microsoft's ad conference this week, even as officials avoid saying the name.
(News) MySpace is having to deal with application spam problems shortly after launching its developer platform.
(News) A top medical insurance executive on Wednesday downplayed the potential impact of services from Microsoft and Google that are...
(News) UPDATE: A comparative shopping feature in the Live Search engine offers consumers a rebate on purchases made through the site.
(News) Microsoft showed a future advertising service that will allow companies to hawk their wares on its Zune media player.
(News) Google launched an ambitious initiative Monday that aims to give people a central place online to store their health records...
(News) Wetpaint, the company that lets anyone start a wiki Web site, is now letting existing Web sites embed wikis in their pages.
(News) Google helps police in Pune, India to arrest an user who allegedly posted vulgar information against a top Indian leader.
(News) Microsoft is likely seeking a search-related deal with Yahoo, experts said.
(News) UPDATE: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to sit down with Google and work out the privacy issues that caused Facebook to block...
(News) UPDATE: Both parties are keeping a low profile, but they're talking again--this time about a partial acquisition.
(News) Billionaire investor Carl Icahn's proxy fight for Yahoo is aimed at reigniting merger talks between the Internet company and...
(News) On Europe's roomy, comfortable long-distance trains, I feel so at home that the low, rhythmic rumbling along the track often...
(News) U.S. online ad spending increased 26 percent in 2007 over 2006, as the Google-dominated search format not only remained the...
(News) AOL plans to launch later this year a program that will allow third-party developers to develop applications and content...
(News) Carl Icahn released his letter to the Yahoo board Thursday. Here is the full text of the letter:
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(News) Billionaire investor Carl Icahn plans to replace Yahoo's entire board with a 10-member slate, he informed company Chairman Roy...
(News) Europe's data protection supervisor, Peter Hustinx, urged Google Thursday to respect local privacy rules as it prepares to...
(News) CBS has agreed to pay US$1.8 billion in cash for online media company CNET Networks in a deal that has the backing of both...
(News) Twitter resumed normal service just before 6 p.m. PDT Thursday following an unscheduled outage, the company confirmed on its...
(News) Comcast will acquire social-networking company Plaxo to power upcoming community features on its TV, broadband data and phone...
(News) Classified-advertising site Craigslist is countersuing eBay, accusing the online auction company of using its stake in...
(News) Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is reportedly mulling a proxy fight against Yahoo's current board members in order to pressure...
(News) The idea that Microsoft, in order to revamp its Internet business, would buy Yahoo seemed surreal when rumors first surfaced...
(News) Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is mulling a proxy fight against Yahoo's current board members in order to pressure the...
(News) The public will get its first chance Monday to test a search engine from start-up Powerset that eschews conventional keyword...
(News) Google has begun scanning the streets of Paris, gathering data for its Street View service, which adds street-level...
(News) Responding to the momentum around data portability, MySpace has launched its own "Data Availability" effort with big-name...
(News) Yahoo has chosen India for the beta test of its new search concept that aggregates text, images, and video results on a single...
(News) Just when it seemed that their stormy relationship had ended, Yahoo and Microsoft may end up reconciling and coming to terms...
(News) The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has withdrawn a secret demand that the Internet Archive, an online library, provide...
(News) EBay will roll out a host of changes to its feedback mechanism this month globally, including the controversial elimination of...
(News) Yahoo plans to soon roll out its Panama search advertising platform in the few remaining markets in Asia and Latin America...
(News) Broadband providers are engaging in reasonable network management when they slow their customers' access to P-to-P...
(News) Facing shareholder ire and a plunging stock price, Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang said Yahoo board members would still sell the company...
(News) While Yahoo would have given Microsoft's Internet business an immediate boost, Microsoft has closed that chapter and is...
(News) A U.S. judge has ordered the halt to an e-mail campaign by the operators of adult Web sites after complaints by the U.S...
(News) Blinkx has decided to package and sell parts of the technology it has developed over time for its video search engine, in an...
(News) After a pricing spat with Apple led NBC to pull its video content from iTunes, the broadcaster has struck a deal with...
(News) Internet service providers, Web site operators and manufacturers of devices that are used by some to pirate content should...
(News) Yahoo's stock lost significant value on Monday, the first day of trading after Microsoft's decision over the weekend to give...
(News) As expected, Yahoo's stock took a hit after the U.S. financial markets opened Monday morning, as investors react to...
(News) Google has removed an open-source project that enables the proprietary CoreAVC high-definition video decoder to run in Linux...
(News) Microsoft and Yahoo have a lot of work and cleaning up to do now that their acquisition fizzled out, analysts say.
(News) In the end, Google played a significant part in the undoing of Microsoft's bid for Yahoo, the latest example of Google's...
(News) The full text of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's letter to Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang concerning Microsoft's withdrawal of its...
(News) Microsoft has dropped its nearly three-month-long pursuit of Yahoo, ending a historic acquisition attempt whose failure takes...
(News) Microsoft and Yahoo have turned a corner and are finally negotiating in earnest about their possible merger, although a deal...
(News) The Chinese government is demanding that U.S.-owned hotels there filter Internet service during the upcoming Olympic Games in...
(News) Yahoo could begin carrying Google ads within a week, as it waits for Microsoft to give up its acquisition bid or attempt a...
(News) When Yahoo announced its Yahoo Open Strategy (Y OS) last week, it offered a vision that, if realized, could give back the...
(News) Microsoft's board is meeting on Wednesday to decide how to proceed in the company's bid to acquire Yahoo, The Wall Street...
(News) AOL and Yahoo separately on Tuesday made changes to the Internet telephony features within their IM (instant message)...
(News) LinkedIn is building up its European operations in order to carve out a larger piece of the social-networking pie.
(News) MySpace will give users the option of whether they want to participate in a targeted advertising system that mines their...
(News) Despite recent efforts to clamp down on electronic payments fraud, the crime is still rife and is undermining citizens'...
(News) UPDATE: Yahoo failed to agree to an acquisition deal with Microsoft by the Saturday deadline, Microsoft responds.
(News) The ever-growing Internet economy should be less susceptible to a U.S. economic downturn than many other industries, with more...
(News) China has proclaimed itself the world's largest Internet market, with 221 million Internet users, state media reported...
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(News) Marc Andreessen had no idea that the Mosaic browser he co-developed would kick off the Web revolution and become such an...
(News) Google has begun photographing streets in European cities in preparation for the launch of its Street View feature on Google...
(News) Skype users who have been getting strange error messages from Microsoft's security products over the past week can breathe...
(News) Microsoft revealed a Web-based service on Tuesday, called Live Mesh, that lets people share data folders across different PCs...
(News) Craigslist investor eBay complains that directors' actions have diluted its venture.
(News) Web 2.0 Expo attendees sift a tidal wave of blogs, wikis, social networks, virtual worlds and other applications.
(News) Sony Corp. of America will buy Gracenote, which made its name with software that identifies digital music files, for about...
(News) Photobucket plans to release an API on Tuesday that will allow external developers to create applications that include content...
(News) MySpace is testing what it calls a new advertising platform designed to let marketers build and manage profiles for their...
(News) 'Build it, and they will come.' That may be true in a movie, but businesspeople who believe that it applies to new e-commerce sites are living in a dream world.
(News) Comcast and Pando Networks, a maker of peer-to-peer software, have kicked off a drive to create a "P2P Bill of Rights and...
(News) Feedback from users in the U.K. forced Microsoft to undo an automatic redirect of LiveMap users to the Multimap service.
(News) A French magazine distributor has introduced an all-you-can-read subscription offer, touting it as a greener way to buy glossy...
(News) Microsoft on Monday unveiled new content partners for its Silverlight technology and provided details of a forthcoming digital...
(News) AOL launched a Chinese-language portal focused on Taiwan Sunday, part of its bid to increase the number of international AOL...
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(News) Google will unveil next week a new system to automate tasks for radio broadcasters, beefing up an important piece of its radio...
(News) Microsoft and Inrix each hope to help drivers avoid lengthy traffic snarls through improved data services.
(News) Shanghai Media Group (SMG), one of China's biggest broadcasters, received a US$12 million investment from Intel to develop its...
(News) The European Parliament rejected attempts to criminalize the sharing of files by private individuals, and threw out the idea...
(News) Yahoo is in talks with Time Warner on a deal to combine Internet operations with AOL, while News Corp. is in talks with...
(News) Yahoo will test displaying Google search ads in a small number of its search engine queries, a move likely to be interpreted...
(News) Yahoo will test displaying Google search ads in a small number of its search engine queries, a move likely to be interpreted...
(News) As Nokia's CIO, John Clarke faces a balancing act that is increasingly common among enterprise IT leaders: making Web 2.0...
(News) Microsoft issued a critical patch for two vulnerabilities in the core graphics subsystem of Windows, one of eight fixes re...
(News) Network administrators are complaining that Apple's recent decision to offer users its Safari Web browser as part of an iTunes and QuickTime update has made their lives harder, as they struggle to remove the software from PCs on their networks.
(News) Less than a month after closing its DoubleClick acquisition, Google on Wednesday announced significant but expected changes in the ad services company that include reducing its staff and selling part of its Performics division.
(News) Online phone services offer stand-out features for small businesses that can't afford their own full-scale systems.
(News) Somewhere between 1 percent and 3 percent of all traffic on the Internet is meaningless packets of information, used in distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS) to knock Web sites offline.
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(News) AOL is close to selling its call center in India to Aegis, a BPO (business process outsourcing) company of India's Essar Group, according to informed sources.
(News) Google continued to increase its share of the U.S. search market in February, widening the gap that Microsoft hopes to fill by buying Yahoo.
(News) Yahoo has moved back a deadline for nominating directors to gain time to seek alternatives to Microsoft's takeover bid.
(News) Online video can boost electronics retailers' brand recognition and sales, although business and technical considerations have to be taken into account to achieve good results.
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(News) Network Solutions' policy of automatically registering searched domain names has sparked a class-action lawsuit.
(News) Google is one of six companies in a new consortium called Unity that is building a new undersea cable to boost Internet capacity between the United States and Asia.
(News) Microsoft is pushing ahead with plans to expand its enterprise and Internet search offerings even as its quest to purchase Yahoo remains uncertain and could get uglier.
(News) Google lost ground in the U.S. Internet advertising market for the first time in two years during 2007 due to slower growth in the fourth quarter, market researcher IDC said Monday.
(News) Flag Telecom expects that its two cables that were damaged in the Middle East last week will be repaired by Sunday, the company said in a bulletin on Thursday.
(News) Internet traffic from India to countries like the U.S. and the U.K. has slowed down, as Internet service providers (ISPs) have started diverting traffic from Middle Eastern links to slower links through the Asia-Pacific region, according to the head of an ISP association in India.
(News) EBay exceeded Wall Street's earnings and revenue expectations for its fourth quarter and, as expected, announced that Meg Whitman will step down as president and CEO at the end of March, ending her 10-year tenure at the helm of the e-commerce giant.
(News) EBay CEO Meg Whitman is planning to step down from the company she has led for the past 10 years, The Wall Street Journal said Tuesday.
(News) The number of Internet users in China soared past 200 million in 2007, a new report from the country's quasi-government Internet overseer said Thursday.
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(News) Network Solutions is standing by its controversial policy of automatically registering some domain names that are the subject of searches on the company's Web site.
(News) Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone is quitting after six years with the company, to join a venture capital firm. His replacement, Jim Safka, currently heads Primal Ventures, the venture capital division of Ask.com's parent company IAC.
(News) Chinese banks and an instant messaging service topped the list of fastest-rising search terms on Google's Chinese Web site during 2007, the company said Wednesday.
(News) Cisco will introduce next year its Entertainment Operating System (EOS), a platform for delivering multimedia content to online communities.
(News) Many partners in Facebook's Beacon seem reticent to address the raging privacy controversy surrounding the ad program, resorting to terse, vague statements or opting for outright silence when asked for comment.
(News) EBay and Yahoo Japan are tying up to make it easier for their respective users to bid on and buy goods available on each other's sites.
(News) IBM and Yahoo issued a new version of their free enterprise search product on Tuesday, just weeks after rival Microsoft announced a competing product.
(News) Google may release an online storage and backup service in the coming months, adding to its suite of hosted services, which already includes a variety of communication and collaboration applications, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
(News) Facebook presented its master plan for boosting its advertising revenue now that it has the challenge of living up to its stratospheric $15 billion valuation.
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(News) AT&T Inc. reported net income of US$3.1 billion for the third quarter of 2007, up from $2.2 billion a year earlier, largely due to its acquisition of BellSouth Corp.
(News) Facebook Inc. wants to make the data its members enter into the social network's profiles portable, so that they can move that data to other online services if they want, the company's CEO said Wednesday.
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(News) After an almost three-year delay, the next major version of Google Inc.'s Urchin Web analytics server software is entering a beta testing period, at a time when some customers have been openly wondering if the product would be discontinued.
(News) The lure of high technology has led Wikipedia's parent organization, Wikimedia Foundation Inc., to move its headquarters to San Francisco.
(News) Registration for .asia top-level Internet domain names began Tuesday for companies and other legal entities, giving corporations an opportunity to secure trademarked domain names without having to contend with cybersquatters.
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(News) A U.S. court ruling on Web site accessibility for the blind could force companies to step up their adoption of technology for those with special needs.
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