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China is moving to tighten its grip over social networking services even more, citing possible threats to stability.
Sidecar says it's introducing minimum fares and rival service Lyft is reportedly making the move away from donation-based fares, too.
Users don't have to be Facebook friends to message each other with the new app.
The future of the Web is encryption, though there are still some technical details to work out.
Hover-over previews now let you blare your tunes from directly within Bing's search results.
Spear phishing is one of the most effective ways to break into a corporate network, and recent studies show that employees can be easily tricked on social media.
New polling from the Digital Advertising Alliance highlights the importance of guidelines to limit Web companies' online tracking.
Dear Internet bots and sockpuppets: Your days are numbered, because the Beehive ID service is out to spot the frauds online.
Passengers in flight could make voice calls and exchange text messages using a new service from Gogo, but that doesn't mean your seatmate will be able to blab all through your next flight.
The ongoing revelations of governmental electronic spying point to a problem larger than NSA malfeasance.
The Silk Road online marketplace has resurfaced.
A new bug bounty program sponsored by Microsoft and Facebook will reward security researchers for finding and reporting vulnerabilities in widely used software that have the potential to affect a large number of Internet users.
The mysterious company now has a permanent office space in San Francisco, as its app -- free for iOS and Android -- is about to launch.
New 'restricted communities' are designed to let companies share information securely.
A security researcher has poured through file dumps of leaked Adobe password info, and surprise! Millions of people use utterly atrocious passwords.