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Ding, dong, browser plug-ins—as we know them—are almost dead, thanks to changes in the latest versions of Firefox and Chrome.
Search-engine-optimization firms and individual businesses in New York State must now pay fines ranging from $2500 to just under $100,000, and must discontinue the practice of posting fake reviews.
A lawsuit by four users claims that LinkedIn hacks into their external email accounts and downloads addresses for monetary gain. LinkedIn denied those allegations over the weekend.
Yahoo’s customized landing pages get a new look as part of Yahoo’s ongoing transformation.
These star-studded search results are rife with scams and security breaches.
The queen of pop is using BitTorrent to distribute a free film and launch a new art project.
To fight Google, you must become Google, it seems.
It's not just your imagination: The Internet is an angry place, at least if you buy into research from Beihang University in China.
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.