Google is dropping out of the Pwn2Own security competition and offering up to a million dollar in prizes to hackers who can crack the Chrome Web browser on Windows 7.
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After months in the making, ZDNet unveils its new story comment system.
Do you really think that Google, along with everyone else on the Web, hasn't been collecting your data for years now? Deal with it already.
You know IPv6 must finally be making it: The first IPv6 Distributed Denial of Service Internet attacks have been spotted in the wild.
Iran continues to close it doors to the Internet while alienating the rest of the world with its proposed execution of a Web developer, saber rattling, and Internet censorship.
Apple has been doing its best to beat the snot out of Android in the courts with intellectual property lawsuits. Now, with Google purchase of Motorola Mobility, Android's maker will have the patents it needs to retaliate.
Following in the footsteps of the former governments of Egypt and Libya, Iran is cutting its people off from the Internet.
Google's popular Chrome Web browser just keeps getting faster and more secure with every release.
The rumors of free Google online storage have been floating around for years, but it now looks like it may actually arrive. Maybe.