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We can't all blow off work to watch soccer all day. Google has a few tools that let you stay informed yet discreet.
The company wants to control everything bought, sold, and processed -- including mobile payments and even your local babysitter.
The collective wisdom of Microsoft's Bing and other predictive algorithms say that the United States will be an early exit from the World Cup soccer tournament, which kicks off this week.
An animated version of Audrey Zhang's drawing will grace Google's home page on Monday, June 9.
Looking for a new home for your photos? Canon has a service you might be interested in, but only for up to 10GB of storage for now.
Verizon objects to a Netflix message that blames the ISP for video streaming issues.
In March, Yahoo said it was coming and now it has. Flickr will soon stop accepting Facebook and Google logins.
Would something like this ever happen in the U.S.? Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales doesn't think so.
Wales sits on a committee advising Google on dealing with an EU court's ruling that people have the right to be forgotten online.
The site's new Launch Now feature means an algorithm and not human moderators will review crowdfunding proposals as part of an overall effort to get projects up on Kickstarter more quickly.
Amazon recommends buying affected titles from its third-party sellers or competitors
Customer names, addresses, phone numbers, and birth dates were swiped from eBay in a cyberattack, but financial information is reportedly safe.
Netflix and Hulu Plus aren't the only games in town for movie buffs. We've found a few other film-streaming sites that use curation to stand out from the crowd.
Weaker net neutrality rules will pose a 'grave threat' to the Internet, major tech firms say.
Watch out Google: DuckDuckGo can compete on more than privacy now.