The Internet isn't just about tech news and grumpy cats. When it's time to actually get stuff done, one of these website could prove to be a life-changer.
A fight between anti-spam group Spamhaus and a Dutch web-hosting company has escalated into a large-scale DDoS attack that is causing widespread web congestion.
Sometimes the most obscure websites are the ones that deliver the most. We give you are favorite web destinations for learning about the vagaries of life.
A U.S. judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to punish Chinese Internet company Baidu for blocking pro-democracy works on its search engine, with one legal expert stating that the case was more of a publicity stunt than an actual legal challenge to China's online censorship.
As the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers launches a new trademark clearinghouse on Tuesday, businesses that own trademarks should consider getting involved in the program, some ICANN watchers said.
Here are our picks for the best unknown entertainment sites on the web.
The video-sharing service can thank Generation C for pushing it past the billion-user milestone. That's the generation of Americans, age 18 to 34, who watch YouTube on multiple devices and enjoys video creation and sharing.
Google has fully implemented a security feature that ensures a person looking up a website isn't inadvertently directed to a fake one.
With Google Reader closing in the coming months, taking your RSS feeds with you to a new service doesn't need to be a painstaking process. In this IDG News Tech Tips video, we'll show you how it's done.
Even if you won't miss Google Reader, its untimely demise should leave you worried about the future of other Google products.