Canada Hacking Attack Bears Signs of Chinese Army Unit: Expert

CrowdStrike CTO Dmitri Alperovitch said the attack was similar to other hacking campaigns launched by a unit of the People's Liberation Army.

Google Brings Imagery From 76 New Indian Heritage Sites Online

Aside from heritage sites like Safdarjung Tomb and Purana Quila, 30 exhibitions from places like the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage were also added.

Judge Denies Motion to Release Russian Accused of Hacking in the US

A 2011 grand jury indictment alleges Seleznev stole more than 200,000 credit card numbers and sold more than 140,000.

Google Says 'Forgetting' Isn't Easy as EU Requests Mount

Google said it is challenged by having to rely on those making removal requests for information needed to put them in perspective.

Alibaba Invests $120 Million in US Mobile Games Studio Kabam

Alibaba's latest US investment raises the valuation of Kabam from $700 million to more than $1 billion.

Microsoft Ordered to Submit Customer Emails From Abroad

A US judge ruled on Thursday that Microsoft must turn over a customer's emails stored in a data centre in Ireland to the US government.

China Says Canada's Hacking Accusation Is 'Groundless and Irresponsible'

Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said in a statement issued Thursday that Canada should withdraw the accusation.

Country Web Domains Cannot Be Seized: ICAAN

The regulator was responding to lawsuits by victims of acts of terror who were seeking to seize the Web domains of Iran, Syria and North Korea.

Facebook Partners With Airtel Zambia to Offer Basic Internet Services for Free

The Internet.org app will give subscribers of Zambia's Airtel phone company access to a set of basic Internet services for free.

Amazon Quickens Push Into Tough Local Services Market

After at least two years of study, Amazon is ramping up efforts to offer repair, installation and other services online.

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Amazon Kindle Unlimited Review: Limited Selection

Startups Scribd and Oyster both offer better value for avid readers of popular books.

Oyster and Scribd Unlimited Ebook Services Review

Oyster and Scribd are good if you read three or more books, or if you like to sample - start several books before deciding which ones interest you.

Amazon Fire TV review

Fire TV, unveiled by Amazon on Wednesday, marks the online retailer's latest push into streaming video.

Apple iWork review

A comprehensive look at Apple's recently updated iWork productivity suite.

TiVo Roamio review

TiVos also integrate TV shows and movies from Internet video services such as Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.

Is Feedly a worthy replacement of Google Reader?

Feedly excels in highlighting the most popular items from all your feeds, based on sharing and other interactions.

Pinterest review: Cleaner, easier to manage

Pinterest's recent redesign is intended to cut down on clutter and make the site easier to manage, without drastically changing its look.

Microsoft's Outlook.com review

Outlook.com integrates with leading social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

Does the new Mega file-sharing service live up to the mega challenge?

Staying true to his outsized personality and reputation for excess, Dotcom unveiled the Mega service with great fanfare.

First look at Microsoft's Outlook.com

Outlook.com garnered 1 million users withing first few hours of its launch. We take a look at what's making it so popular.

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