Google has radically reworked the Google+ interface. Here's what it looks like in 2013.
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Approximately 60 percent of apps in Google Play are said to be now using the service at a rate of 17 billion messages sent per day.
An amendment to CISPA failed to pass. This now means major tech and Web companies will be disallowed under law to promise to protect your privacy.
A new patch for Firefox is now being tested by Mozilla and could see third party cookies banned from being installed if a user hasn't directly visited the cookie owner.
Apple, Samsung, now Google?
A patch working its way through the Mozilla testing process promises to significantly increase privacy and reduce online tracking for Firefox users by blocking third-party cookies. With the Do Not Track standard fizzling, it's an important development.
Microsoft is moving all of its Hotmail users to Outlook.com by this summer. Here's what the hundreds of millions still using Hotmail need to know about the transition.
Google is accusing BT of providing arms to a sea of patent trolls. With a patent suit, it's hoping to end them.
A group of Apple users in the UK have launched a legal case against Google after the search giant was found to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser by U.S. authorities.
Karim Temsamani returns to Asia to take over Google's head APAC role from David Alegre.
Many businesses give away their customers' clickstream data in exchange for trinkets of code. It's a poor exchange.
You could learn a lot about customers of enterprise cloud applications at Workday's annual convention this week
Google statistics show online advertisers and companies benefiting from London Olympics 2012 with increased brand awareness, customer engagement and sales.
After Google bypassed Safari privacy settings, the FTC charged the search giant $22.5m to settle. But how many hours does it take for Google to recover? Five.
The flaw is right there, right on the first page that IE launches, the default page as it's shipped from Microsoft.
Consumers need to understand that, if they want to use lots and lots of free information services on the internet, they have to pay for it by being targets of advertising.
It's not your imagination. A new report from researchers at UC Berkeley says web trackers have stepped up their efforts to follow you, and they show no signs of slowing down.
This is how monopolies work. If you use Opera to create or edit posts on Google's Blogger network, you'll see a nagging message. And you'll keep seeing those nags until you switch to Chrome.
Google has overhauled its DoubleClick ad-serving platform, promising that the newly-christened DoubleClick Digital Marketing product will allow ad agencies and media companies to control their campaigns in a more integrated way than before.DoubleClick Digital Marketing is still only partially developed, Google display advertising chief Neal Mohan said at the DoubleClick Insight conference on Tuesday.
New York wants to outlaw anonymous comments to prevent cyberbullying and other online abuse. This criminologist examines why this plan, despite its controversy, may not be such a bad thing.