Mozilla's Firefox is far from the popular browser it once was, but that doesn't mean it's fallen behind in the feature race. Firefox Quantum is leaner, faster, and more privacy focused than ever before.
Let's be honest, not every review on Amazon is legitimate. Thankfully, we've put together a guide highlighting a few tips and a couple of key resources you can use to sort the good reviews from the bad.
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.
Looks like you'll have to start taking a closer look at the booking conditions next time you stay at a hotel, especially if you like to post reviews on Trip Advisor. One couple in the UK was recently hit with a fine for leaving a negative review on the site.
A couple in Utah have been hit with a $3,500 fine from KlearGear after posting a negative review of the site nearly five years ago. With help from Public Citizen the pair are now contesting the charges.
Microsoft has announced that its Hotmail replacement, Outlook.com, has now left preview mode and is open to all. The computer giant is evidently serious about spreading the word, promising a "large-scale marketing effort around the world."
A Virginia court has reversed a preliminary injunction against a Yelp user that would have required her to censor a negative review of a business. Online rights advocacy groups are calling the decision a win for freedom of speech on the Web.
How many times have overly positive reviews on the Web steered you in the wrong direction? A group at Cornell are getting some extra attention from companies like Amazon and TripAdvisor for their research.