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Amsterdam authorities have conceded that people may rent out their rooms and houses on Airbnb as long as they don't do it all the time and abide by certain rules, the city government said on Friday.
Facebook is gearing up for a new project to simplify its advertising platform, making it easier for marketers to decide how to place ads across the site.
Rakuten, Japan's largest online retailer, is acquiring a U.S. logistics firm as it continues to build out its infrastructure to compete with foreign rivals like Amazon.com.
Amazon.com has set up a website with its brand in India, but will not be selling on the site.
If online distribution of digital editions is the future of magazines, you'll need someplace to host the files. Microsoft's SkyDrive has volunteered.
The new Yahoo privacy agreement allows the company to scan your email for information to create targeted advertisements.
A Japanese entrepreneur who founded one of the country's largest web portals and was a national celebrity before being jailed for securities fraud is now free and has launched a firm to develop smartphone apps.
Cisco's Visual Networking Index predicts global IP traffic will rise at a dramatic compound annual growth rate 23 percent between 2012 to 2017.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation says that stringent digital rights management technology will be harmful to online freedom.
The top-level domain name for the former Soviet Union becomes a magnet for denizens of online underworld.
Gmail's pretty good at filtering out the junk, but it's not perfect. Here's why you should do some routine "filter maintenance."
Moderate Muslims and other people concerned with online radicalization efforts need to counter the extremist propaganda young Muslims are getting on the Web with more positive messages, members of the U.S. Islamic community said.
The U.S. Department of Justice has indicted online payment processor Liberty Reserve for laundering $6 billion in a series of global transactions, which the agency charges may be the largest international money-laundering prosecution in history.
Viral content factory Buzzfeed has announced a partnership with cable network turned foodie vacation outlet CNN to create a new Youtube channel: the aptly-dubbed CNNBuzzfeed.