Yahoo is redesigning its corporate logo to reflect a rapidly evolving company.
The World Wide Web Consortium has finalized its specification for Web Storage, a technology that would give Web applications more flexibility in storing data on user machines.
A proposed change to U.S. law that would allow websites to be liable for content posted by users is a "dangerous path," according to a group of tech trade groups and legal scholars.
Try these to organize, filter, and make sense of Reddit's content.
The Discover tab works for what it does, but the new Browse feature looks to fill in the gaps by offering curated playlists based around moods, top lists, and more.
Photo buffs may appreciate the improved album and high-DPI monitor support, but really, it's all about the animated GIFs.
Reddit has spawned thousands of subreddits, not all of which have obvious names. This website lists them in a visualization that shows the most popular subreddits in the biggest type.
There are fascinating images hidden in the Pictures subreddit, but the format makes it hard to get to them. This website makes browsing Pictures a breeze.
Logic games can hone your mind and give it a good workout to prepare you for any hard-thinking challenges you face—it can also frustrate you to no end and leave you with a broken keyboard. Take the challenge in these 3 tough, but free, games.