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Once-mighty America Online appears to be working on a new RSS reader product, with about a week to go before Google pulls the plug on its own Reader.
LinkedIn launches two-step verification, a redesigned 'Who's Viewed Your Profile' and adds the capability to upload photos, video and documents to your status updates. Here's what you need to know about the changes.
Vinton Cerf, one of the computer scientists who turned on the Internet in 1983, is concerned that much of the data created since then, and for years still to come, will be lost to time.
All App.net accounts come with free online file storage. Swing makes it simple to use that storage space to share files with other people and on social networks.
Google announces a new kind of inbox for Gmail that automatically sorts messages into categories, or “tabs.”
Flickr's new upgrade showcases big, bold images, but many do not like the change.
Twitter on Wednesday rolled out two-factor authentication to step up account security in the wake of several high-profile hackings.
After years of languishing mostly unchanged, Flickr—the one-time leader in photo-sharing sites—finally got a major overhaul. Is it enough to get you back? Maybe.
Yahoo may have just spent more than $1 billion to add Tumblr to its portfolio, but changes to Flickr grabbed much of the focus at a Monday afternoon press briefing.
Google added a slew of new features to its fledgling social network, Google+, but can any new network compete with the power of Facebook?
At Google I/O, the search giant showed off a slew of updates for developers and customers alike. How do Apple's products and tools stack up?
Google is integrating Gmail with Google Wallet so that users can send payments as a mail attachment, even if the recipient doesn't have a Gmail address.
Searching Google is a quick way to find information, but more advanced functions can help users find more helpful information faster.
Google on Wednesday showed off a redesigned Google+ and new Hangouts app to overtake Facebook as the world’s top social network.
Vobok, a free iOS and Android app, lets you share 30-second sound clips as an audio answer to Vine’s six-second video loops and Twitter’s 140-character written missives.