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AllThingsD reports that the widget company has bought a start-up that does only one thing: aggregates all those "Bookmark This" buttons into one.
The Virginia company, whose technology helps ESPN and Newsweek track and distribute applications across the Web, plans to grow internationally.
The parents of a group of minors alleges that Clearspring Technologies and a host of its affiliates used "Flash cookies" to spy on consumers.
Investment firm Charles Schwab has updated its trading platform to make it easier for clients to find information and use that to their advantage.
From polling widgets to iPhone-based countdown clocks, election apps are everywhere. With the election only a few days away, it's not clear what's next for the companies that make them.
First the Widget Gallery gets a refresh. Then, in two weeks, we get an entirely new Widget Engine.
You can block Flash cookies with the free Better Privacy Firefox add-on and prevent sites from using the Flash Player to access your PC's camera and microphone without asking--or at all.
This social network has largely fallen from favor in the U.S., but Friendster is nevertheless following in Facebook's footsteps and launching an extensive developer initiative.
It's a good time to experiment with Facebook apps, a panel says. Especially since we don't really know what the business is going to look like in a few months.