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Yahoo Japan's end-of-life portal covers everything from online data to cremation.
Yahoo reported falling sales in the second quarter and mixed results in its critical advertising business.
Since the social network's inception, Google had required that people use their real names in profiles, but that's changing now.
The company has to work faster to make up for the drop, CEO Marissa Mayer says
Previously, Seattle had put limits on the number of cars allowed on the road. But the city's mayor brokered a deal with taxi operators, legislators, and ride-sharing companies.
Strong net neutrality rules should keep the Internet open, dynamic and spontaneous for all, the companies said.
Rap Genuis changes its name to reflect its broader mission, and announces some new goodies for bloggers and Web developers.
If you think pledging to help a guy make potato salad is a waste of money, wait until you get a load of these projects that sought backing from the crowd.
The domain will go on sale July 24, with an opening bid of $185,000
What keeps Internet experts up at night? Pew Research Center's latest study gives us a glimpse.
If you're ready to part ways with the social network, you've got two options -- deactivate your Facebook account or delete it completely.
The researcher behind a controversial psychology experiment on Facebook users spoke out in defense of the project over the weekend.
A recently released research paper shows that the emotions others express on Facebook rub off on you—even with the absence of nonverbal social cues.
Why buy when you can rent? That's the idea behind Le Tote, which offers a subscription rental service that lets you add new pieces to your wardrobe without having to buy them.
San Francisco-based startup Le Tote offers a Netflix-style subscription service for women’s clothing. For $49 a month, customers get a box with a new outfit and accessories that they can keep or exchange as many times as they want.
The retooled app simplifies file management and sharing, making the service more competitive with big players like Google Drive and Dropbox.
Microsoft's Bing search engine says it will deliver quick links to Twitter topics, usernames and other information.