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Twitter's ecosystem could expand, thanks to the money it would raise through a public offering, some analysts argue.
Would you take IPO advice from a man whose company's own public offering was beset by technical glitches?
The FTC's review comes as Facebook's proposed policy changes cause controversy.
Mountain View says it filters copyright-infringing content from its autocomplete function, but not all search filters are created equal.
Auction giant eBay wants to know how you feel about Bitcoin.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer adds a "touch of whimsy" to the company's new logo, but the look falls flat.
Is track order a legally-protected concept? The courts will have to sort this one out.
Six privacy groups want the Federal Trade Commission to strike down proposed changes to Facebook's policies, arguing that they violate a 2011 settlement with the agency over user privacy.
Hackers, criminals and advertisers are at the top of the list of groups people wish to avoid, according to the survey from the Pew Research Center's Internet Project and Carnegie Mellon University.
A web service, Hash Hunters, lets users offer a reward payable in Bitcoin to people who can convert a password hash into the original password.
Wondering if your private pictures and posts are public? It's easy to find out!
Mere months after Microsoft launched a blistering ad campaign ripping apart Google's targeted ads, the US Patent Office awards Google a patent for just that.
What is the Syrian Electronic Army? What are they after? Should you be scared? Read on for the answers.
Less than two weeks after suffering a prolonged website outage, the New York Times was knocked offline again on Tuesday--apparently as the result of a malicious hacking attack.