Is the wealth of information available online eliminating the need for people to trust one another?
One of the innovative start-ups I visited while in Israel was a company that turns websites and articles into a 90-second video summary. Check it out.
A UK MP wants internet providers to block suicide-related web searches.
Google joins the fight to bring missing children home safe and sound by adding AMBER Alerts to their searches and maps.
This easy-to-use browser extension shows you how much money sites are making by invading your privacy and helps you stop them.
The ever-growing Internet Archive adds over 350,000 television news programs to its collection of searchable media.
Eye-tracking study reveals some surprising results. People aren’t always looking where you think.
Now that Facebook has gone public, they need to boost income. There’s little doubt that they’ll do that by trying to generate additional ad revenue, and that means they need to learn more about their users.
Do Google, Microsoft, and Apple need to watch out for a pair of underdogs in the browser war? They do, when they’re as big and powerful as Facebook and Yahoo!