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The Web is a scary place where shortened links can take you to the darkest corner of the Internet.
The most recent update to a popular file-sharing, link-shortening service among OS X users added a brilliant feature.
This report misrepresented how the character count functions with the new URL shortener.
New service will automatically abbreviate URLS of any length to 19 characters when users compose tweets in the Tweet box.
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The link-shortening service issues an “urgent security update” saying that it has disconnected users’ Facebook and Twitter accounts because of a probable breach.
Google has released an Android app to help you shorten URLs and provide insight as to who is clicking your links.
Sony executives tell CNET how they feel about Samsung taking its own marquee feature -- a dust and water-resistant body -- and putting it in the Galaxy S5.
New images describe Microsoft's upcoming effort to help developers create single apps geared for both Windows and Windows Phone.