Lawmakers in Europe on Thursday voted to split Web giant Google into smaller companies in a bid to curb its burgeoning presence and power. However, the vote is non-binding and so Google will, for now at least, remain intact.
If your holiday Web browsing has been interrupted by a series of unwanted pop-up messages, you're not alone — the SEA has targeted a broad range of popular websites with its latest hack.
Twitter enters the digital coupon market with Twitter Offer, a feature that allows users to store coupons on debit and credit cards. The cash back deals can then be redeemed in physical stores.
The programmer behind a webcam-snooping website that hit the headlines last week for showing live streams from inside people's homes has replaced the site's content with, of all things, a job ad.
We pit the newest versions of Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari and Mozilla Firefox against one another to try and name the best browser. A winner remains unclear.
The NFL season is well under way. Here's our guide on how to stream live football games online.
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Google is running a small experiment to see if users are willing to pay a small monthly fee to stop seeing ads on the Web — and to stop Google tracking their online activities at the same time.
Big Amazon shopper? How do you like the idea of booking a hotel through the site, too? From the start of next year, you may be able to do just that, as the Web company is reportedly gearing up to launch a hotel reservation service called Amazon Travel.
The European Parliament is considering a draft motion that would split Google up into different companies. The rationale is that Google has become too large of a company.
A real estate company confirmed Thursday Amazon has signed a 17-year lease on a huge site in midtown Manhattan. The premises, located close to the Empire State Building, could become the e-commerce firm's first brick-and-mortar store.
Good news, Twitterers; you can now search through each and every public tweet sent since 2006.
Google's Chrome, the second most used desktop browser in the world, has just received a major update, with 64-bit support for Mac OS X added in the mix.
Verizon has agreed to a settlement worth $1.38 million in Maryland. The investigation stemmed from thousands of customer complaints about Verizon's advertising when it first launched FiOS.