Search anonymously. Find instantly. That's the slogan of DuckDuckGo, an online search engine founded by east Cobb native Gabriel Weinberg that doesn't track its users or tailor results based on search history like major-market competitors Google, Yahoo and Bing.
Not just a search engine anymore, Google has dramatically extended its presence and influence in the online travel space in recent years.
Start-up Cumulus Networks this week has emerged with a Linux network operating system designed for programmable data centers like the ones Google and Facebook are building.
The "Downing Street summit" is a trusty device to bump some minor item a couple of points up the news agenda.
Small-player search engine DuckDuckGo has a very simple method for resisting handing over vast swathes of user information to the government - it just doesn't collect the data in the first place.
Research from security vendor Checkmarx found that 12 of the top 50 plugins for the WordPress platform are susceptible to attacks such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting.
FWT, Inc., a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of wireless communication infrastructure products, today reported that its 1999 fiscal year-to-date backlog has increased 47 percent to $25 million from $17 million at fiscal year-end 1998, as a result of orders for communications towers.
The attorneys general of several states are turning up the heat on Google, concerned that the search engine giant makes it easier for criminals to sell illegal drugs online, engage in human trafficking and peddle pirated intellectual property.
"Internet radio" is usually a misnomer, as well as an indicator of its ambition.
Hundreds of organisations are running ageing, unpatched versions of SAP enterprise resource planning software some with applications exposed to the internet.
Prime minister David Cameron has called a meeting with internet firms to discuss ways of blocking images of child sex abuse and to prevent children from viewing pornography online.
The British utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham once said, 'Nature has placed mankind under the governance of two sovereign masters, pain and pleasure.'
Vine is hard to explain. It's an app that lets you make and share six-second videos, which sounds absurd.
The online search engine leader had planned to issue Class C shares as a dividend to investors.
Lauren Conrad has not appeared on a reality TV show for four years, but her influence over young women continues to inspire mega-successful magazine covers and fashion lines.
Profits rose by A 0.5m to A 23.7m, the company said, in the year to 1 April. However, total sales fell by A 5.9m, or 2.1%, to A 274.4m after Majestic reduced its trading in the wholesale market.