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WordPress 3.4 offers new tools making it easier to choose themes and format photo captions.
Skype on Thursday released version 5.8 for Mac, bringing back the slim contact list from previous versions, among a number of other improvements.
Readability has announced it will be ceasing its controversial user donations model.
Apple has removed the public beta for Messages in advance of Mountain Lion's release next month.
The announcement by Apple that it is selling a flash-only MacBook, combined with native iCloud support, will likely lead to a drop in SSD prices and push other laptop makers in a similar direction.
Google has struck a deal with two French organizations representing authors and book publishers, ending years of litigation over its unauthorized scanning of their books.
Apple and Motorola won't have their day in court, Barnes & Noble doesn't cotton to the DOJ's lawsuit, and John Sculley gets a big screen alter ego.
The much-hyped World IPv6 Launch Day event on Wednesday resulted in a rise in IPv6 traffic -- including Web and email -- to a new peak.
Two privacy problems cropped up for LinkedIn over the past 12 hours: Its iOS app submits potentially private calendar data to the company's servers, and a hacker may have stolen 6.5 million passwords.
Yahoo is rolling out the DMARC system this week, which helps email providers eliminate bogus messages
Macworld's Jason Snell attended last week's D Conference, and returns from Southern California with some thoughts on what went done, highlighted by Apple CEO Tim Cook's appearance.
Google says it will warn users of its Gmail online email services when it suspects they may be targets of "state-sponsored" attacks.
Google has acquired Meebo, a company that makes a toolbar that aggregates content from websites as well as displaying advertisements.
IPv6 will go fully live on June 6. That's the date when 50-plus access networks and more than 2500 websites -- including Google, YouTube, Facebook, and Yahoo -- will turn on a permanent upgrade to the Internet's main communication protocol.
Google's Chrome passed Mozilla's Firefox in May to become the world's second-most-popular browser.