- Jerk.com Is Deceptive, Charges FTC
April 08 2014 3:27 PM
The Federal Trade Commission suit against John Fanning and Jerk.com alleges the website lied about where their profiles came from.
- 5 Changes To Expect With Twitter's Redesign
April 08 2014 2:58 PM
On Tuesday, Twitter began rolling out its profile redesign to a small set of users. Here are five changes you can expect in the new layout.
- Why 'Heartbleed' Bug Is Devastating Cybersecurity
April 08 2014 12:24 PM
Heartbleed gives hackers easy access to encrypted communications and private information like usernames, passwords and credit card data.
- How Some Countries Are Planning Future Of The Internet
April 08 2014 11:22 AM
In conjunction with Wikileaks, 23 nations will discuss human rights and the internet in São Paulo later this month.
- Spotify's Radio Feature Has A Bug
April 07 2014 4:47 PM
Echo Nest built the algorithms that power many Spotify features, and a glitch is causing serious problems.
- The Top-Selling App That Turned Out To Be A Scam
April 07 2014 12:39 PM
At only $3.99, "Virus Shield" sounded like a bargain to thousands of people who downloaded it.
- GrubHub Brings Home The Bacon With IPO
April 04 2014 1:32 PM
The stock opened at $26 per share and surged 40 percent on the opening day of trading.
- Fiverr Model Favors The Freelancer [Q&A]
April 03 2014 7:41 PM
Fiverr is gaining popularity for its model of freelancers offering services for a rate of five dollars each.
- Net Neutrality Lives In European Union, Flailing In United States
April 03 2014 4:45 PM
The bill prevents European ISPs such as Deutsche Telekom from hindering traffic or reserving the best part of their bandwidth for their own services.
- Older, Poorer And Disabled Seniors Still Offline
April 03 2014 1:35 PM
Pew reported on Thursday that six in 10 American seniors now go online and just under half have a broadband connection at home.
- How White House Internet Savvy Helped Sell Obamacare
April 03 2014 11:12 AM
From Internet talk shows to Twitter marketing to online forums like Quora, the administration once again proved its online skills with the ACA.
- European Union Votes To End Roaming Charges
April 03 2014 10:53 AM
The European parliament vote overwhelmingly in support for regulations that will end roaming charges across the European Union.
- Tinder Users Teased By Bots
April 02 2014 11:55 AM
Fake profiles are spamming Tinder with ads for a mobile game called "Castle Clash."
- April Fool's Tech Pranks
April 01 2014 4:21 PM
Enough people were already fooled by the Huvr Board video in March, so here’s a guide to some of the pranks trolling the Internet on Tuesday.
- Dropbox's Anti-Piracy System That Protects Privacy
March 31 2014 6:32 PM
The way Dropbox checks for pirated content is completely legal and doesn’t even really violate a person’s privacy.
- Use Google Maps To Become A Pokémon Master
March 31 2014 3:09 PM
Google partnered with Nintendo and Pokémon to create a new Google Maps challenge for April Fools' Day.
- An Overload At Obamacare Site, And At The Worst Time
March 31 2014 12:09 PM
People rushing to enroll in a health care insurance plan on deadline day were met with a “currently unavailable” message.
- How One Tech Entrepreneur In Ukraine Is Scrambling To Save His Industry
March 31 2014 12:07 PM
In Ukraine's growing tech sector, highly skilled workers are fleeing Russian rule in Crimea to work in western parts of the nation.
- Could Facebook Actually Be A Good Thing For Oculus?
March 28 2014 5:17 PM
IBT's Vincent Balestriere and Ryan Neal face off about Facebook’s $2 billion dollar purchase of Oculus.
- Microsoft Says It Will No Longer Read Your Emails
March 28 2014 5:04 PM
New policy will be "clear to consumers and binding on Microsoft."