The genealogy giant with more than 2 million subscribers is set to be acquired by a private-equity firm, in a bid to move into the Western European market.
Genealogy site hopes to raise around $75 million with its initial public offering. Launched on the Web in 1997, the site now has almost 1 million paying customers.
Build your family tree by sending in your DNA.
Genealogy site announces plans to add DNA digging to its mix of ancestral-sleuthing tools.
Google-backed startup halts results in compliance with FDA demands but will continue to provide health-related information to customers who purchased the kits before the order was issued.
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In Google's list of best apps for 2012, the company mentions some expected big hitters, as well as a few niche titles out of left field.
In this week's episode, we manhandle a MacBook, let some San Franciscans try out the LG Optimus G Pro, and explore the newest ways you can find out all the stuff about your body you never wanted to know.
In 2008, Obama was linked to seven former U.S. presidents, including both Bushes. Now he's linked to the very man who removed his filibuster-proof majority in the Senate.
Google has put together a list of its best Android apps of the year, in no particular order.