Link sharing site Delicious re-launched on Monday with unwanted changes, huge technical problems, and a lesson in how to kill a beloved product.
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Amazon said they will reinstate their California affiliates as early as this week in response to California repealing its sales tax law.
Speck Products creates stunning smartphone and laptop cases. They're currently readying designs for a heavily guarded secret - the iPhone 5.
Questions loom about SF police and Apple's search of a man's home for an iPhone 5 prototype.
Adafruit Industries has released a sleek jewelry accessory for haute geek ladies, the open-source iNecklace.
Google Plus has the user experience problems of a startup and its risks come with the penalties of service loss from a vital public utility.
People search sites sell your personal information to anyone for pocket change. Here's how to protect yourself.
People search services provide the general public with a dangerous amount of personal information about you. Here's how to opt-out of most - for now.
Notorious online collective Anonymous ("hacktivists") have vowed to destroy Facebook this November 5. Is Google Plus partly to blame?
A bill now makes the online activity of every American available to authorities upon request under the guise of protecting children from pornography.