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Even if the local ISPs spoil Google's fiber-fast Internet business, Google still wins.
They say there are plenty of fish in the sea. And that sea is very, very weird.
This is one of the first times that the social network has identified a decrease in its teenage users. Where are they going? It may be Twitter.
Facebook makes almost half of its ad revenue from the ads you see on your phone.
Angry about a change in Twitter that puts photo previews front and center? You're not alone.
Mobile is a critical area of Facebook’s business as more Internet users migrate away from the desktop in favor smartphones and tablets.
Zuckerberg says hardware isn't part of Facebook's mobile-first strategy. So what's up with the BlackBerry meetings?
Why log in once when you can log in twice? Two-factor authentication can give you some added protection, and it's fairly easy to set up.
Google's engineers have added a little Halloween mischief into the search graph—here's a rundown of all the seasonal fun we could find.
Mozilla released 10 patches for three versions of its Firefox browser on Tuesday, five of which are considered critical and could be used to remotely install malicious code.
Less than two weeks after the notorious Isohunt was put out to pasture by The Man, a zombified version has appeared—thanks to the South Pacific island nation of Tonga.
You don't have to suffer through photos in your Twitter timeline. Banish them with just a few taps.
The director of the NSA told the hearing that ending the agency's bulk collection of U.S. telephone records would set U.S. intelligence back to pre-2001 levels.
An update for iOS, Android, and Twitter's mobile site makes tweets more visual, and cuts down the number of taps needed to reply and retweet.
Google showed off 18 new features to its slow-growing social network in an effort to convince photographers of its awesomeness.