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Far fewer CIOs blocking holiday shopping at work

Last year, 60 percent of CIOs polled said their companies block access to online shopping sites. Today, only 33 percent block access to retail sites, according to survey data from staffing firm Robert Half Technology.

Send Web pages to your Kindle with new Firefox add-on

No longer limited to Chrome users, the Send to Kindle extension is now available for Firefox.


U.S. government honored for pioneering work in IPv6

The IPv6 Forum on Tuesday presented a special award to four U.S. government officials for their pioneering work in promoting IPv6, an emerging upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol.

Kim Dotcom faces setback, loses domain

Kim Dotcom's Mega comeback faced a setback Wednesday after the government of Gabon said he would not be able to use the domain to launch his new online file storage service.


Five ways to track breaking Election Day news online

Track the presidential election and key races online with these top five sites.

Peek behind abbreviated Web links with

Not sure where that tiny URL will lead? This handy service/browser extension will tell you if it's safe.

Get a $600 email marketing package for $49

Unlike the typical marketing email service, Vero sends action-oriented messages to your customers based on how they interact with your Web site.

PayPal to reorganize, cut 325 jobs

Internet payments company PayPal will cut 325 jobs as part of a companywide reorganization, its president said Monday.

Tumblr takes a tumble, stumbles back to life

Popular platform Tumblr experienced an outage Friday that took millions of blogs offline.


Google, Microsoft and Yahoo fix serious email weakness

The flaw could have allowed an attacker to create a spoofed message that passed a mathematical security verification