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Roughly half of all Web traffic comes from bots and crawlers, and that's costing companies a boatload of money.
A tool used by millions of websites to process images has several critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to compromise Web servers.
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone takes a second shot with Jelly, which he described as a failure in its first iteration.
A researcher found a PHP-based backdoor installed by hackers on one of Facebook's corporate servers.
Call it one-stop shopping. Project Madeira is aimed at all the businesses that can't afford enterprise-class applications, offering scaled-down versions within Outlook.
Here's how to turn off Twitter's new algorithmic feed that shows the "best tweets first."
Google will phase out the Picasa desktop app and Web Albums online service over the next three months, according to the company.
PayPal has fixed a serious vulnerability in its back-end management system that could have allowed attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the server and potentially install a backdoor.
The latest patches for the Magento e-commerce platform fix critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to hijack administrative accounts.
Developers of the popular Drupal content management system are working to secure the software's update mechanism after a researcher found weaknesses in it.
The update mechanism of the popular Drupal content management system is insecure in several ways, allowing attackers to trick administrators into installing malicious updates.
Google has been collecting information about schoolchildren's browsing habits despite signing a pledge saying it was committed to their privacy, the EFF said Tuesday.
Microsoft is bringing its Cortana virtual assistant deeper into the business world by combining its capabilities with those of Power BI, the company's business intelligence and analytics software.
The Mozilla Foundation reported increased revenue for 2014, the last year for which money from a lucrative Google search deal was included.
There's an app for everything, it seems, and increasingly an app on everything: phones, TVs, robots... and soon even the payment terminals used with chip-based bank cards.
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