The Wikimedia Foundation has settled its lawsuit with Internet Brands over the travel website.
Known internally as "Finder for the cloud," this team-collaboration service just rolled out of beta. But it's missing one key ingredient.
Microsoft also promotes its own webmail program, Outlook.com, in the campaign
Docracy tracks TOS agreements for nearly a thousand popular services—and lists the latest updates.
Pastebin is a site where you can store massive data dumps for public use. Whatever your requirements, you can now use the site with a handy portable app.
The file-sharing service Mega has fielded 150 copyright warnings since its recent launch as founder Kim Dotcom grows a risky new business while under indictment by U.S. prosecutors for running Megaupload.
Bitrix24 offers a dash of BaseCamp, Dropbox, Zoho CRM, and more, and it's free for businesses with up to 12 users.
A new social networking service, Swipp, builds on Facebook to enable not only sharing opinions but quick, graphical comparisons with the rest of your network and the web.
Governments continue to ask Google for more data about its users, with more than two-thirds of requests in the U.S. made through a subpoena, which usually doesn't require asking a judge for a search warrant.
Kim Dotcom's bold new venture, the file-storage and sharing service Mega, is drawing criticism as security researchers analyze how the site protects users' data. In short, they advise: don't trust it.