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Retail giant is mounting a direct challenge to Craigslist with a beta of a free classifieds service, powered by start-up Oodle.com.
The newspaper will start requiring users who look at more than 20 articles or multimedia features a month to pay a fee, though it hasn't yet determined the amount.
New feature emerges a month after the popular classified ads site sued PadMapper for harvesting its data for a mapping service.
Ah, Black Friday--when your ID and your privacy can be in as much danger as your credit-card balance.
The folks behind the Webby Awards hail the iPhone, Twitter, and Craigslist as stirring some of the most influential developments of the decade. We offer some picks of our own.
New iPhone app formats the popular Craigslist for iPhone and iPod Touch.
After its in-house classified ads system failed to take a bite out of Craigslist, Facebook turned to an official outside provider--a rarity for the social network--to revamp the feature.
Eric Schmidt fields questions at the Democratic convention about politics, online journalism, and privacy.
Covering every aspect of auto economy is not an easy task.
A little Miami company comes out of nowhere and becomes a fact-finding obsession for the Mac community. When will mainstream news gathering become this exciting?