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It was always going to be big, but the day-long "Singles Day" promotion on Chinese online shopping site Alibaba on Wednesday smashed previous records, with millions of people participating and $14.3 billion worth of goods sold.
VBulletin Solutions has reset the passwords for over 340,000 accounts on its website following a security breach and released emergency security patches for its popular Internet forum software that's used on tens of thousands of websites.
It's not all fun and live-streaming games for Twitch. The new channel will highlight the site's lesser-known, but thriving community of artists seeking an online audience for their work. And what better way to kick it off than to stream all 403 episodes of 'The Joy of Painting' with Bob Ross?
With the efforts from Facebook and the Tor project, it should become easier to browse securely via SSL on the so-called Darknet.
Microsoft wants you to make Bing your go-to resource for this year's Halloween festivities.
Less than four hours after a critical vulnerability was patched in Joomla, security firms already detected attacks exploiting the flaw.
This site makes finding filler items on Amazon a breeze.
When a website doesn't load, do you blame yourself, your ISP, or the website? Try one of these tests to find out who's at fault.
Mozilla is considering banning digital certificates signed with the SHA-1 algorithm in July 2016.
If you’re looking to join the festivities, we have several suggestions on things you can do. Grab your flux capacitor and let’s generate 1.21 gigawatts of fun!
From one perspective, it could be argued that the online advertising industry is getting what it deserves. After years of stuffing Web pages with ads, Web surfers are increasingly blocking them with free tools.
The Web is full of deception, and it's sometimes still hard for people to figure out if the website they're viewing really is what it says it is.
Amazon.com has made a pitch for the handicrafts market occupied by players like Etsy by setting up its own "Handmade at Amazon" store
Google unveils a plan to make the open web more tolerable in hopes of fending off Apple and Facebook.
Man-in-the-middle attackers can inject cookies over HTTP connections in order to extract information from encrypted HTTPS traffic.