Holiday window shopping just got a whole lot more comfortable after Google's Business View service rolled out images of festive displays at some of the world's most famous department stores, Macy's and Bloomingdale's among them.
Microsoft is no longer obligated to display a web browser choice screen in Internet Explorer on the old continent, as a 2009 EU ruling has just expired. What impact will this have on browser use, if any?
Reddit raised $50 million this year and promised to give some of that cash back to its users. Now we know a bit more about how that's going to work, thanks to an official blog posting.
The future of online privacy is cloudy, and policymakers and technology innovators have a weighty task on their hands – one they’re likely to fumble, according to a new report from Pew about the future of Internet privacy.
If you really can't wait more than an hour for your Amazon order, and you just happen to live in Manhattan, you're in luck. The online retail firm has launched a one-hour delivery service there, though more cities are lined up for 2015.
The city of South Pittsburg, Tennessee just banned city employees from criticizing it in social media. The punishment for violators wasn't revealed, but the new policy does not forbid the use of social media.
59.4 percent of Americans could opt for a 100 Mbps Internet service if they wanted do, but very few can select between more than one high-speed ISP.
Wikipedia has pulled together a ton of site contributions from over the past 12 months to create a video offering a lightning look at 2014 and to celebrate all the effort that goes into building and maintaining the popular online encyclopedia.
Despite recently signing a no doubt lucrative partnership with Yahoo, the Mozilla Foundation needs more money from Firefox fans to make the browser better.
Imagine you're browsing stuff on Amazon and suddenly see a whole load of expensive items priced for virtually nothing. That's exactly what happened on its UK site over the weekend when a software glitch saw 1000s of products sold and shipped for a penny each.
As more and more online shoppers begin their product search on Amazon rather than search engines, Google is reportedly testing a 'buy' button with its Shopping tool as part of an effort to win them back.
Skype has been talking about its Skype Translator tool for some time, but now it's finally letting interested users take it for a spin. At this early stage, however, it can only handle English and Spanish, though more languages are on the way.
The floodgates are still open, and a draft of the script for the latest 007 movie headlines the seventh stolen data dump resulting from the recent Sony hack.
Switching up your Gmail account pic may be necessary, especially if you just got a brand new makeover. Pulling it off isn't the simplest thing to do, however. We show you what to do with this guide.
What does your choice of browser say about you? A month after Yahoo and Mozilla signed a partnership deal, Yahoo has started plugging Firefox on some of its most high-profile sites.