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Name Junkie is a simple, one button name generator that creates a random 2 word name and checks it for .com availability. You can even jump to...
Children from one year can begin to recognize and read words. The learning capacity of a child can sometimes be incredible, and we should not...
Goalbook is an easy-to-use, free app that helps teams of educators, administrators, and parents securely collaborate around individual learning...
Run a DLNA, DNS, DDNS, Email, FTP, Proxy, SMS, Time, Web and/or WebDAV server!
A defect in Google's business software exposed e-mail addresses, mailing addresses and phone numbers of some users, making them potentially vulnerable to phishing schemes.
ProtectedText lets you store your text on the company's encrypted servers, which the company itself can't decrypt -- no registration or other ID sharing required.
Demand Media wants to run three military domain extensions that -- big surprise -- Uncle Sam isn't too happy about.
The registry that runs the .org name extension is getting ready to auction its most valuable names -- one and two character names such as a.org or z.org
Google's plan for the new top-level domains it gets is unlike most other big tech firms: it wants to offer them up to the public.
ICANN tomorrow will reveal who is going after what new domain extensions, paving the way for a very different looking Web. Prepare for dot-madness.
Meantime, some big players, including Go Daddy and Demand Media, are revealing their bets on a world beyond dot-com.
HD VMD is making its mainstream debut as the next NEXT-generation high-def DVD format. We're tired of war. But we like the low prices, yes, we do.
MySpace successfully pressured one registrar into pulling the plug on a domain after a password list appeared. Would others follow suit?
Google is beefing up its Google Apps for Your Domain package of Web-based applications by including domain name registration services.