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We dive deep into the users of Ashley Madison, looking at how many paid users there are in each state and how much they spent. We find that Washington D.C. and New Jersey top a lot of our lists.
Noel Biderman, who actually runs Ashley Madison's parent company, Avid Life Media, has stepped down following what is possibly the largest public airing of dirty laundry in the history of the Internet.
Love Discovery? Curious about virtual reality? If so, you'd better head straight to Discovery VR where you'll find a bunch of short-form VR videos from the channel that mark the start of its exploration of the medium.
Taking advantage of our dependence on being online are in-flight Wi-Fi providers, who are now charging truly exorbitant amounts for their services on an already expensive mode of transportation.
It may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but Google ended up having to pulp its plan to capture Street View imagery at Spain's famous tomato-throwing festival after its car and camera were damaged by exuberant revelers.
Amazon has reportedly laid off "dozens" of engineers that worked on its failed Fire phone, suggesting that the handset's future could be in doubt. However, despite the shake-up, the company is said to be pushing ahead with work on a range of other devices.
A scripted TV series loosely based on Ashley Madison, the infamously hacked infidelity website, is currently in the early stages of development. It's tentatively being called Thank You Ashley Madison.
With a half million Canadian dollar bounty on the line, everyone's searching for the team behind the Ashley Madison attack, and Krebs may have made a huge step towards cracking the case.
Amazon is making a play to change grocery shopping with the inexpensive Dash Button, but does it really make sense to have branded, web-connected devices throughout your house?
Google's Map Maker tool for improving Maps was taken offline earlier this year following the infamous "peeing Android" incident. On Tuesday the Web company relaunched the editing tool, complete with anti-prank safeguards.
The fortunes of Ashley Madison continue take a further turn for the worse, as emails between the company's CEO and CTO appear to suggest that plans were made in 2012 to hack a competing service.
As the fallout continues in the wake of the Ashley Madison hack, the company behind the website, Avid Life Media, has announced a $380,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved.
A new feature of Google Maps automatically detects pictures of food and prompts users to share, upload, and tag them. It's part of Google's effort to fill gaps in its database of local businesses.