Google announces donation-matching effort to raise at least $11m for refugees

As millions flee war-torn and poverty-stricken nations in the Middle East and northern Africa, Google has launched a campaign to raise at least $11 million for aid agencies currently dealing with the mass movement of people.
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Facebook reverses course, will soon introduce a ‘dislike’ button

Facebook has long maintained that a "dislike" button is unnecessary, but it's changing course. The social network will soon roll out a dislike button to a limited subset of users.

Russia accuses Google of not playing fair on mobile

Google has been found guilty of abusing its position on Android by bundling all of its services into one package and forcing manufacturers to use it. It may be forced to remove some of the restrictions, allowing manufacturers to pick and…

Net neutrality doesn’t violate Bill of Rights, FCC says

In a new filing, the FCC has asserted that the First Amendment does not apply to ISPs and that new net neutrality rules do not violate any of those companies' constitutional rights.

The College Scorecard and updated FAFSA are making college apps easier than ever

After a series of changes, the White House is making the process of applying to and selecting colleges easier and more technologically advanced than ever before with the release of the college scorecard and the updated FAFSA.

Eat and be eaten: How to survive and thrive in Agar.io

Agar.io is a blob-eat-blob world, one best played while keeping a few things in mind. Check out our quick Agar.io guide for a recap of the game's controls, along with potential strategies for winning.

Stories you missed this week: McAfee for prez, SpaceX gets Heavy, EV VW busses

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Apple's big announcements to Stephen Colbert's Late Show…
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Facebook wants to make it easier for you to support causes

If you like changing your Facebook profile picture to support causes, campaigns or sports teams, you'll like this: The site wants to let you revert back to your old image automatically.

These hacked Ashley Madison passwords are NSFW … or anywhere else, really

Now that some 11 million of Ashley Madison's supposedly unhackable passwords have (shocker!) been cracked, the researchers behind this great feat have released the top 100 most common strings.

Google and Twitter team up to make it easier to read news articles

Google and Twitter are planning to team up to develop a platform for instant articles. The system will be capable of caching articles to load quickly on the microblogging service and Google's search app.

Just because Ellen Pao isn’t appealing her lawsuit loss doesn’t mean the struggle for gender equality is over

The lawsuit that has come to encapsulate gender bias in Silicon Valley is finally drawing to a close, but that doesn't mean that women's struggle for equality in the tech industry is over.

Ashley Madison ex-CTO threatens Brian Krebs with lawsuit over hacking claims

Journalist and security expert Brian Krebs has posted a link to a letter sent by the lawyer of ex Ashley Madison CTO, Raja Bhatia, demanding he remove all comments about the man's alleged hacks into rival dating site, Nerve.com.