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Heartbleed has inspired a frenzy of fears and misinformation. Let’s take the air out of them.
Apps are destroying innovation, but not all hope is lost.
You can now share your Vine profile with friends and view feeds online, plus view videos in full screen.
Buying a Chromecast, Roku 2 or Apple TV? Don’t add to that shopping cart without checking out this breakdown of current features.
23andMe announces the end of its health-related genetic testing analysis—at least for the time being.
As part of its Google Takeout service, Google now allows users to download Gmail and Google Calendar data.
How Disqus started as dorm room discussions and grew to become a leader in blog comment systems.
Disqus is making it much easier to embed various types of media in news and blog comments.
If you house your creative work on a platform you don’t own, you could be in for disappointment.
The tech giant’s latest push into the living room is a little streaming dongle with big potential.
The fast, sexy new Firefox 22 has a lot going for it. Sadly, it won’t save the browser from its slow, all-but-certain decline.
The first public site on the World Wide Web — a rudimentary text-only primer on its use — once again lives at its original URL to celebrate the Web’s 20th anniversary today.
See how the Web has evolved since 1997 to 2013 through a visual history of Webby Award winners.
The shutdown of Google Reader has sparked outrage among a passionate minority. Here’s why we’re so upset.
Yahoo makes some decisive moves to shake its image as the Internet’s awkwardest titan.
The #4 most popular website in the U.S. has to walk a thin line when it comes to change.
Instagram hashtags can also be surprisingly effective in fueling content discovery. Here are the ten most popular tags used by Instagrammers.
Think Millennials rule the Internet? Think again.