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PayPal simplifies online checkouts -- no more redirects

The online payments company is bringing a redesigned, streamlined payment process to online merchants, which doesn't redirect users to PayPal's Web site.

By January 13, 2014


Bolivian president's plane redirected over Snowden suspicions

Bolivia claims that its president was "abducted" and that his plane's rerouting violates terms set by the Vienna Convention.

By July 3, 2013


Google now redirects Picasa Web Albums to Google+ Photos

It's another nail in the coffin for Picasa Web Albums as its URL now brings users to their photo albums on Google+.

By March 5, 2013


Google removes Maps redirect for Windows Phone

The company removes a blockage that prevented Windows Phone users from accessing Google Maps on the mobile version of Internet Explorer. The redirect had caused a stir last week.

By January 9, 2013


Demonoid redirecting to malware after DDoS attack

File-sharing torrent site Demonoid has been down for a week now, after its latest in a long string of DDoS attacks.

By August 2, 2012


Sites of UPS, Acer, others redirected in DNS attack

U.K. registrar NetNames confirms an attack that reportedly affected Vodafone, UPS, and Acer, redirecting Web pages to one translated as saying "h4ck1n9 is not a cr1m3."

By September 6, 2011


RageGage redirects your road rage

The next time someone cuts you off in traffic, tuck in your middle finger and reach for the RageGage smash pad. This gadget takes a beating so you don't have to drive like a jerk.

By June 8, 2011


Web traffic redirected to China still a mystery

Two instances where Web traffic was "hijacked" to servers in China have Internet watchers still scratching their heads.

By October 8, 2010


Web traffic redirected to China in mystery mix-up

Visitors to popular U.S. sites were routed to sites behind China's firewall, prompting some to wonder if China was trying to hijack Web traffic after Google's move to Hong Kong.

By March 25, 2010


Google redirects Google.cn to Hong Kong site

Visitors seeking the Chinese-language version of Google's search engine hosted in China are being redirected to a Hong Kong site, and censorship warnings have been removed ahead of Google's expected announcement regarding its future in China.

By March 22, 2010