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The city by the bay is getting ready for a disaster by launching a social initiative, SF72, with ties to Facebook, Twitter, and Airbnb.
The Internet is driving you insane with all sorts of exciting new conditions now being recognized by the medical community.
Google just updated its terms of service to allow the company to use your real name, face, and comments in ads. Here's how to slam the brakes on it.
Have trouble with tweets? Loathe all those likes? Pinned your last pin? Here's how to leave your 'friends' behind.
Airbnb said it was fighting a subpoena for information on hosts of its rental service.
Make the spam tweets stop! It only takes a few clicks.
Less than a year after redesigning Mail's site and apps, Yahoo is pushing a fresh new look to kill the competition.
The search giant said Monday it has helped found a global coalition backed by Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee that hopes to dramatically cut the cost of Internet access.
The good news: The NSA appears unable to crack the Tor network's core security. The bad news: That doesn't matter if your browser isn't secure.
Universal content protection methods make sense, but the EFF argues that embracing DRM goes against the philosophy of the open Web.
Snapchat is giving photos and videos captured with its app some longevity.
The takedown of the Net's most notorious website has all the makings of a Hollywood movie, but it also offers some key lessons about Bitcoins, online security, and more.
A Yale professor brought it to Microsoft's BingItOn.com search superiority claims with the help of 1,000 online workers and is calling shenanigans.
More hotels, shops and other businesses will soon be offering free Wi-Fi to customers if they agree in return to "check-in" at the business from their Facebook account.