Netflix, Growing, Envisions Expansion Abroad

Netflix hopes that a growing portion of its membership will come from around the world.

India's Online Passport Application Service to Start in the UK

The High Commission of India will start accepting applications from Wednesday through an online appointment system.

Italy Gives Google 18 Months to Change User Data Practices

An Italian watchdog said Google's disclosure to users on how their data was being treated remained inadequate, despite the company having taken steps to abide by local law.

Yahoo to Buy Analytics Startup Flurry to Boost Mobile Advertising

Six-year-old Flurry uses analytics to help target ads at consumers by monitoring activity on more than half a million apps.

In China, Mobile Internet Users Now Exceed Those Logging in From a PC

The number of China's internet users going online with a mobile device has overtaken those doing so with a personal computer (PC) for the first time.

Panasonic to Sell Online in India Directly Through Its Own 'E-Store'

The company will appoint a "re-seller" who is supposed to maintain the portal and take care of the distribution of products on behalf of Panasonic.

Superman the Most 'Toxic' Superhero: McAfee

A study on superhero search terms most likely to lead you to malware puts Superman at the top, with Thor and Wonder Woman rounding the top three.

Not for Fainthearted Executives: Keeping the Hackers at Bay

To combat the growing threat of online breaches, companies are hiring executives to ensure data security and take the blame when things go wrong.

Social Media Can Feed Munchausen by Proxy: Experts on Spears Case

Munchausen by proxy is a disorder in which caretakers purposely harm children and then bask in the attention and sympathy.

Inventive, Cheaper Tools for Learning a Language

Beginners are likely to appreciate these fresh approaches - especially if you've had difficulty sticking with traditional language-learning programs.

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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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