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The offer is a big discount, since these Samsung Series 5 laptops normally sell for $399.
Storenvy.com takes the concept of a social shopping experience in a mall and puts it online, replete with profiles, followers and liking.
Google ranks Web pages by the likelihood that an individual would end up visiting each one randomly.
Have evidence handy to back up your opinions, including emails or photographs, and speak your piece in a single post instead of multiples.
The possibility of a massive cyberattack upon American infrastructure is a real concern, but it's important to put it in perspective, experts say.
The International Telecommunication Union has the power to let countries change Internet rules within their own borders.
New legislation may make it harder for the U.S. government to read your online messages.
Here are ways to cut back on the energy it takes to fire up and use your computer.
The spreading post rants against Tumblr and its users, which it describes as 'self-indulgent empty husks of human beings.'
A measure to beef up email privacy might have the side effect of letting your Facebook friends see all the videos you've been watching.
Several foreign governments have turned off the Internet to quell dissidents; could the same ever happen here in the U.S.?
The move may indicate Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's increasing nervousness about how his administration is perceived by the rest of the world.
Thingle puts the Pinterest concept on steroids, expanding on the basics and adding a few cool touches of its own.
The new "copyright declaration" on Facebook may be bogus but you still won't find much privacy on the site what with the upcoming policy changes.
Checking Facebook and laughing at LOLcats makes you a more productive worker, research shows.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.