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ICANN has introduced the first new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) to the Internet's root zone, the central database for the Internet's Domain Name System, paving the way for possibly 1,400 new domain names from the current 22.
Google is lending its vast infrastructure to websites that may be targeted by distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks because of their content.
Amazon’s free shipping minimum went up Tuesday from $25 to $35 -- the first price increase in over a decade -- in an apparent play to boost Amazon Prime subscribers.
The president said Monday there is “no excuse” for the problems that have plagued HealthCare.gov since the site went live Oct. 1.
The online encyclopedia's editors are investigating allegations of suspicious edits and accounts.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is boosting the IT trauma team giving urgent care to the Obamacare website, which has badly malfunctioned since its launch almost three weeks ago.
A recent study by the Direct Marketing Association is interesting in what it doesn't reveal about how it buys and sells your personal data to parties that want to sell to you.
YouTube's presence on mobile devices has exploded in the past couple of years, Google said on Thursday.
The BitTorrent search site lost an appeals court case earlier this year, so it's closing its doors as part of settlement with movie studios in the U.S.
ICANN and other groups are calling for an accelerated globalization of Internet domain name functions after NSA surveillance leaks.
The number of people using Yahoo’s services has grown, but the company hasn’t turned those users into top-line growth.
Google is the latest victim of an ongoing spate of attacks on DNS records, as the company's website in Malaysia was briefly tampered with on Friday.
Alibaba Group is targeting the U.S. market with a $200 million investment in ShopRunner, an online retailer that competes with Amazon.com, according to sources.
Seven top E.U. judges ruled Thursday that a leading Internet news website was legally responsible for offensive views posted by readers in the comments section.
Aleppo is back on the Internet through a connection to Turkey, according to Internet monitoring company Renesys