Both good bots and bad bots can be found lurking online -- looking to either drive traffic or wreak havoc.
Can't read your way past the humans-only gateway on that Web site? NuCaptcha has a filter that's easier for you, harder for robots.
Your search complaints have been heard: Google plans to take further action against "content farms," although it's not ready to detail specific methods.
With Google+ just launching, moving contact information into it from Facebook is all the rage. After Facebook blocked one approach, Open-Xchange plans another.
Send self-destructing notes outside your e-mail, combine and back up all your mail in a single searchable repository, and camouflage your e-mail address by converting it to a graphic.
Google's Data Liberation Front is accelerating efforts to differentiate its employer from Facebook by allowing users to take their data elsewhere with one or two clicks.
A Chrome extension lets people extract information their Facebook contacts have shared with them then import it into Google+. But does it break Facebook's rules?
The social network has hobbled a Chrome extension that could move friends' contact information to Google+, but the programmer is working on a way around the restriction.
The day after a rough keynote interview, the Facebook CEO shows up to a developer gathering at SXSWi to field questions about building on the site's platform.
If you think South Korea is all sky-scrapers, disgusting kimchi dishes and crazy electronics, then you'd be right. Crave is on a week's tour of the place and we're having a blast hanging with the folks at LG