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Amazon faces a $350,000 fine from the Federal Aviation Administration after shipping a corrosive chemical by air, in violation of federal law -- the 25th time the company has been found to violate hazardous chemical shipping regulations in two and a half years.
Over the weekend hackers have managed to gain access to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest accounts, as well as the social media accounts of other celebrities.
Since last week attackers have exploited an unpatched vulnerability in a WordPress plug-in called WP Mobile Detector that was installed on over 10,000 websites.
Eye-tracking technology has long been the domain of high-end research, but this week new software brings it within reach for anyone with a website.
Owners of WordPress-based websites should update the Jetpack plug-in as soon as possible because of a serious flaw that could expose their users to attacks.
Whether they're delivered in parcels or in data packets, goods and services should be available to all European Union citizens wherever they live.
Amazon used to give you a refund, upon request, if the retail price dropped shortly after you purchased an item. Those days appear to be over.
Enabling e-commerce capabilities isn't a trivial matter for companies small or large, but SAP has a new tool it thinks will help SMBs in particular.
Roughly half of all Web traffic comes from bots and crawlers, and that's costing companies a boatload of money.
Over the past week security researchers have seen increasing attempts by hackers to find servers vulnerable to remote code execution vulnerabilities recently found in the ImageMagick Web server library.
Microsoft is shutting down its MSN portal in China from June 7, as pressure appears to be building up on content services from foreign companies in a country that already bans access to Facebook and Twitter.
All blogs hosted on Google's blogspot.com domain can now be accessed over an encrypted HTTPS connection.
A tool used by millions of websites to process images has several critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to compromise Web servers.
Publishing hyperlinks to photos from, say, Playboy magazine is legal -- even if the website linked to doesn't have permission to publish the images, a top European Union judge has said.
Slow-loading Web pages are surely one of the top frustrations on the Internet today, but new technology from MIT and Harvard promises to change all that.