Microsoft also promotes its own webmail program, Outlook.com, in the campaign
'Black names' appear more likely than 'white names' to trigger arrest ads.
Personal information on some 4000 people in the banking industry, including bank officers, was posted online Sunday by the hacker collective Anonymous.
HED: $25 Raspberry Pi starts selling in Europe, elsewhere soon Just as Henry Ford revolutionized the auto world with his Model A, the scrappy lot at Raspberry Pi are doing the same with the computing world.
Facebook is adding a news discovery function to its repertoire. Its new articles-related-to aggregation feature appears to exploit the popularity of apps like Flipbook, but it could also clog your news feed.
Oracle says Java 7u13 addresses 50 flaws, many of which left systems vulnerable to remote exploits.
A new Federal Trade Commission report recommends best practices for mobile operating systems, app developers, and ad networks.
Mega-search.me crowd-sources indexing of storage rogue's new cloud offering
Google relied on Map Maker, an online app that allows people from all over the world to contribute to making Google Maps
In recognition of Data Privacy Day, search giant Google spells out its efforts to protect and inform consumers about intrusions into their online lives.
A new social networking service, Swipp, builds on Facebook to enable not only sharing opinions but quick, graphical comparisons with the rest of your network and the web.
If you received the recent legal notice from Facebook, you may be paid up to $10 as part of a settlement over Sponsored Stories dispute.
The emerging standard HEVC codec promises better, faster HD video without clogging wireless networks, and will ably support 4K TV.
Google has submitted an application to build a wireless network near its headquarters, but many details about the project are designated as confidential, so analysts are speculating about the company's plans.
Pebble announced Wednesday that its smart watch has finally begun shipping.