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WSJ: Google tricked Apple's Safari in order to track users

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google used special code to sidestep the privacy settings in the browser and track Web users. Google says the Journal's got it wrong.

By February 17, 2012


Brangelina kiss lands Paul Allen on TMZ

The Microsoft co-founder appears to have gotten chummy with the Hollywood power couple, even chilling with them in the same box at the Super Bowl last weekend.

By February 9, 2010


Does Tiger Woods prove Google CEO right?

The embattled golfer has only communicated through his blog. But with online gossip sites now offering rumors of sexted images, might new technology prove to be Tiger's downfall?

By December 7, 2009


Man accused of 'peephole hacking' ESPN star

A man is arrested in the case of voyeur videos, allegedly taken by mini cameras, of ESPN presenter Erin Andrews that caused an online storm.

By October 3, 2009


Report: TMZ breaks up with AOL ad sales

The celebrity news powerhouse will now be brokering ads in-house instead of relying on AOL's Platform-A technology, according to PaidContent.

By July 14, 2009


Michael Jackson's death roils Wikipedia

Scores of users insert reports of Michael Jackson's death into entries about him in the online encyclopedia, which are deleted, re-inserted, and deleted again.

By June 25, 2009


Guilty pleasures: 5 celebrity gossip sites revealed

We might not want to admit it, but celebrity gossip is one of our favorite guilty pleasures. Find out which sites are the best, from Defamer to TMZ. (And no, we don't forget Perez Hilton.)

By February 28, 2009


How the Web is killing my ability to communicate

Don Reisinger is having trouble communicating, thanks to Web slang. He examines how it happened and how it is affecting his life.

By February 9, 2009


Netgear unveils Internet TV Player

The new Internet TV player from Netgear is as compact as a deck of card.

By January 7, 2009


Digitalsmiths lands $12 million for video services

Video indexing, analytics, and publishing company closed a $12 million Series B round of funding.

By November 13, 2008