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The online electronics retailer has started accepting cryptocurrency as payment for more than 10.5 million products.
First they came for your Facebook News Feed, and now mobile app install ads are going to be all up in your Twitter Timeline.
Orkut was popular in Brazil, but never gained traction in the U.S.
The researcher behind a controversial psychology experiment on Facebook users spoke out in defense of the project over the weekend.
A recently released research paper shows that the emotions others express on Facebook rub off on you—even with the absence of nonverbal social cues.
Why buy when you can rent? That's the idea behind Le Tote, which offers a subscription rental service that lets you add new pieces to your wardrobe without having to buy them.
San Francisco-based startup Le Tote offers a Netflix-style subscription service for women’s clothing. For $49 a month, customers get a box with a new outfit and accessories that they can keep or exchange as many times as they want.
It sounds like the Android launcher is done for.
Google failed to mention some of its most famous (or infamous) products, or how they fit into the bigger picture. And that could be saying something.
European Google users may now see a warning when they search for a name
This is what hack attacks look like: A real-time map of worldwide activity drives home the scope of security threats far more vividly than mere words ever could.
In its third update, the anonymous messaging app makes it possible for all its users to chat with each other.
Private registration is included in service, which will go up against GoDaddy
The Privacy Icons browser add-on translates websites' privacy policies into nine easy-to-grasp categories
Could allowing strangers to use your Wi-Fi actually protect your privacy? The EFF thinks so, and plans to make it easier with a new tool.
If at first your app doesn’t succeed, try, try again. And again. And again.