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Yahoo said it has fixed the flaw that allowed hackers to steal more than 450,000 passwords from one of its many services.
CNet chronicles Netflix's near-death experience, The Daily may be on death's door, and one notable individual things many patents should die off.
Both corporations and employees who tweet on their company's behalf must clarify the question.
A group of hackers on Thursday published a list of more than 453,000 log-in credentials on the Internet that were allegedly stolen from a database associated with a Yahoo service.
Wikipedia plans to ask users to provide suggestions to improve articles on its website, which could be incorporated into the articles by its editors.
Google will pull the plug for Chrome running on OS X 10.5, aka Leopard, after it releases version 21, which is currently in beta and will reach the browser's stable channel next month.
Privacy advocates welcomed news of a possible Google proposal to settle Federal Trade Commission charges related to its surreptitious tracking of Safari users.
After carefully working with China for the past two years, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt bluntly predicted the fall of the Great Firewall of China.
Google is close to a deal with the Federal Trade Commission to pay a record fine of $22.5 million related to violating the privacy of millions of Apple Safari users.
Yahoo and Facebook have settled a patent dispute, according to a statement Facebook released Friday afternoon.
If you're looking to stream a specific movie, Can I Stream It? will tell you which streaming services carry that title.
When these online storage sluggers come out fighting, will there be a knockout, or just a bloody match?
Apple bids adieu to its vice president of numbers, the story of how RIM failed to hit AT&T's softball pitch, and Google is crashing your MacBook.
Apple is running servers from IBM and Oracle with flavors of the Unix operating system at its Malden, North Carolina, data center, according to a job entry posted on the company's website.
Google announced on Thursday that it's bringing its Chrome browser and Google Drive cloud storage services to iOS. But given that Chrome will be limited in what it can do, why is the company even bothering?