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A Munich court ruled that making and distributing ad-blocking software is not anticompetitive
Wondering how old Keith Richards looks to a machine? Now you can find out.
The company will let consumers click to buy right from search results, the Wall Street Journal says.
Tired of dealing with Wikipedia's aging interface? Give the Wikiwand Chrome extension a try.
The new website lets you drop in any image and attempts to identify it, though it's more amusing than practical at the moment.
Walmart reportedly plans to take on Amazon this summer with an invite only trial program that offers unlimited free delivery for a low annual fee.
The California nonprofit, poised to take over domain names in the near future, was not invited to the Congressional hearing where its methods were questioned by businesses and advocacy groups.
A malicious advertisement posted through an ad network tried contained a Flash Player exploit
WordPress 4.2.2 addresses two critical XSS flaws and hardens defenses for a third
Google found 50,870 Chrome extensions and 34,407 programs that injected ads into its websites
Internet.org was criticized by net neutrality advocates for backing just a few services
Non-secure HTTP sites will not get access to new browser features, Mozilla said
Internet Explorer will start showing warnings for ads that lead users to harmful websites and software
There are other similar cases pending though so AdBlock Plus maker Eyeo is not home free yet
Google's push to encrypt ads might encourage more websites to deploy HTTPS, however.