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Amazon wants to make deciding what to order for dinner as easy as comparing laptops.
It's unclear how far Google will go, but the company will need to build in pretty bulletproof safeguards to reassure parents as they let their kids go online.
Getting money back from crowdfunded failures could get a lot easier if Indiegogo goes ahead with optional insurance plans.
If you're sick of ads, try paying $1 to $3 per month through Google Contributor.
Whether a site is optimized for mobile could become a search rank signal, Google said
The new CA is called Let's Encrypt and its goal is to encourage the widespread adoption of SSL/TLS on the Internet
The publisher and retailer resolve their months-long dispute, which had prompted Amazon to stop taking pre-orders, delay new releases and refuse discounts.
Believe it or not, the Oculus Rift is coming and Mozilla wants the web to be ready for the virtual reality revolution.
Yahoo also offers the tool. Google? Not yet.
Everyone should have a website. If you don't, here are three ways to publish one quickly and easily.
The advertisements redirected victims to the Sweet Orange exploit kit, which tries to install malware.
Experts say that SSL 3.0 should be disabled even though some legacy products still use it.
The search giant gets serious about same-day delivery.
The botnet targets Web servers that haven't been patched for recent vulnerabilities found in the Bash Linux shell
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