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Site that focuses on localized searches is bringing local video advertising to its Web pages.
Apple reaches a deal with the Massachusetts attorney general and National Federation of the Blind to adapt the music app and site for screen access software.
A new wristband by biomedical device company HBI promises to let troubled sleepers skip the Ambien and still get a better night's slumber.
Retail giant will pay $6 million to plaintiffs and promises to embed Target.com with code that makes it fully usable by blind visitors, ending a class action suit.
Growing number of sites are affected including USAToday.com, Target.com, Walmart.com, and several sites owned by CNET Networks, the publisher of News.com.
Cross-site scripting attacks are being used on blog sites now.
Malicious software somehow found its way onto a Maine-based supermarket chain's servers, which led to the security breach announced earlier this month compromising up to 4.2 million credit cards.
The search giant's new teleportation, search-in-search, feature is something that site owners need to be aware of. Suddenly, being No. 1 may bring about additional challenges.
Retailer has been offering discounted pre-owned TVs, video players, game consoles, and iPods on its Web site since last month.
Contrary to multiple reports appearing on the Web, Kmart will continue to sell both HD DVD and Blu-ray products.