Flaws Could Expose Users of Privacy-Protecting Software: Researchers

Researchers have found a flaw that could expose the identities of people using a privacy-oriented operating system touted by Edward Snowden.

New Dropbox for Business Features and APIs Announced

While some features are available via the early access programme, some will arrive after few months.

Flipkart Set to Announce Fund-Raising of Over $1 Billion: Report

Flipkart has reportedly raised over $1 billion, which would make it the largest ever fund-raising by an Indian e-commerce portal.

eBay Plans to Expand in Russia Despite Sanctions

"Russia was ... and remains today eBay marketplace's number one priority for global expansion..."

Seven Arrested Internationally in $1.6 Million Stubhub E-Ticket Fraud

The suspects include a Russian national who was detained while vacationing in Spain, three others arrested in London, two in the United States and one in Canada.

Reddit Live Threads Now Available for All Users

Multiple users can now submit unlimited posts on a Reddit Live thread, and those watching will get live updates from all posters without having to refresh the thread.

Angry Bitcoin Investors Demand Answers at Mt. Gox Meet in Tokyo

People who attended the meeting said former Mt. Gox chief gave no clear answer about what happened to their money.

Idea Offers Subscribers '200,000 Hours of Free Internet' on Opera Mini

The offer entitles 10,000 users to 1 hour of free Internet (3MB) in a day, with the offer valid for 20 days.

PayPal Signs 'Tens of Thousands' Nigerians Following Launch in Africa

PayPal entered Nigeria and 10 other nations last month, providing online payment alternatives for consumers via mobile phones or PCs.

Blog Posts on Article About Alibaba's China Leadership Links Censored

Posts about a New York Times article on Alibaba's close ties to descendants of China's leaders have been removed by censors, a censorship monitoring group said on Tuesday.

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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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