Recent studies show that, depending on your ISP, your search engine questions may be being deliberately collected and redirected by a third-party company.
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Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, aka sjvn, has been writing about technology and the business of technology since CP/M-80 was the cutting edge PC operating system. SJVN covers networking, Linux, open source, and operating systems.
The Internet of 1991 was text-based, used almost entirely by techies, and looked nothing like what you think of as the Internet. The Web changed all of that.
I like Google+ a lot. But, it's having major teething problems. Unless you're ready to deal with those, I'd avoid this social network for now.
Google is taking its Voice over Internet Protocol service around the world and getting ready to square off with Skype.
It's one thing when new-tech fan-boys squeal with delight over Google's new social network, but when a grandmaster of communication technology says it's a game changer, you should listen.
Google's been trying to make the Web go faster for some time. In their latest move, they're starting to get into Akamai and Level 3's Content Delivery Network business.
While some of us seriously debated about privacy and real names on Google+, Google's online social network took a populist turn with Paris Hilton's arrival.
We're rapidly running out of IPv4 Internet addresses, but that doesn't mean that people are moving to IPv6.
Google, in response to the backlash from users over its Google+ name policies, is revising how it handles violations of its naming policies.
Google has been deleting some Google+ accounts. While Google have a right to do so, they certainly could have handled it better.