Larry Page, CEO of the online giant, says instead of focusing on negativity and always having to win, companies should be doing more to advance the Web and technology. [Read more]
Google launches some “highly-requested” features for Hangouts On Air, but cautions that it may take longer to set up the online broadcasts. [Read more]
First comes Twitter’s #ComedyFest. Then in May you can head to YouTube for your online chuckles.
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YouTube to get its funny on with Comedy Week
With the Web thick with scams that hijack or “force-feed” ads to Internet users, the online display ad industry is fighting back
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Google Routs AVG in Toolbar Scam Crackdown
The U.S. online advertising industry has not lived up to a promise to stop the online tracking of Internet users who ask advertisers to do so, a senior U.S. senator said Wednesday.
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Senator rips self-regulatory do-not-track efforts
Why navigate to the sidebar to start chats when you can message your online friends right from News Feed? [Read more]
Pay up, sucka! The U.S. Senate is rushing to vote on a bill that would mean you–yes, you–would have to start paying sales tax for your online purchases, but opponents warn that pushing the proposal through could create some severe side effects.
Regulatory filings by the online retail giant also revealed Bezos’ total compensation remained steady at $1.68 million in 2012. [Read more]
How safe is your online social network? Not very, as it turns out. Your friends may not even be human, but rather bots siphoning off your data and influencing your decisions with convincing yet programmed points of view
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Your Facebook friends may be evil bots
Mozilla has added automatic third-party cookie-blocking to a preview version of Firefox 22, a move that will put the feature in most users hands by late June and the company on a collision course with the online ad industry.