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Artists are warming up to BitTorrent after the company proves it’s a legitimate distribution platform.
The work to enable IPv6 on Azure is well underway, but there is no due date set.
Censorship in China affects many popular Internet services and websites, but there are ways to make do.
The company wants to control everything bought, sold, and processed -- including mobile payments and even your local babysitter.
Facebook is looking to build new messaging experiences for its apps
The new app focused on sharing everyday moments will launch soon, Facebook says.
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.
Caught using National Science Foundation-funded supercomputers to generate virtual currency, the researcher received a government-wide ban.
In March, Yahoo said it was coming and now it has. Flickr will soon stop accepting Facebook and Google logins.
Thrive Solo's slickly designed tools for busy freelancers help with everything from project management and time tracking to business analytics and invoicing.
Would something like this ever happen in the U.S.? Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales doesn't think so.
The new career marketplace for young job seekers ditches button-down resumes for eye-popping social profiles, but a lack of paid-job listings limits its usefulness.
The professional network tries to lure more paid subscribers with Facebook-like redesign and an entry-level package.
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.
An update to the App Store guidelines suggests cryptocurrency apps are welcome.