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It's been a tough go for HealthCare.gov users. Now you can add "Heartbleed" to the list of concerns surrounding the site.
Hotspot 2.0 technology lets users automatically connect to any hotspot after a single login.
New regulations would require San Francisco Airbnb host to register with the city and limit rentals to 90 days a year.
The popular photo sharing service went down for a time Saturday, but is now back up and running. Hooray!
Never sent a tweet from your Twitter account? You're not alone. Far from it.
Puzzled by Facebook's news feed algorithm some businesses are dropping their presence on the social network in frustration. Zach Miners of IDG News Service breaks it down.
Facebook received about 12,600 US law enforcement requests in the second half of 2013
Breather makes finding a quiet place to work in Manhattan or Montreal as easy as ordering a car on Uber or a vacation rental on Airbnb.
The social network needs to jump-start its growth, and hopes a familiar look will help.
A social network labeled people as jerks and charged them to contact customer service and change their profiles, the agency says
In this video report, we'll see a demo of how a machine built by Las Vegas-based Robocoin lets you buy Bitcoins with cash or sell them from your digital wallet.
Coinage President Cary Peters, operator of California’s first bitcoin ATM, shows us how it works in this video.
Jules Verne would be impressed, but it's only one step toward an attempt to provide Internet access to remote areas.
You can expect to see as many as 15 new kids of ads in the near future, according to the Wall Street Journal.
You still have to manually flip the security switch for some sites like Yahoo News and Yahoo Sports
Karpeles must answer questions on April 17, a Texas judge ruled.
Most April Fools' Day jokes barely merit a groan, but these ten are worth a smile.