Who's actually surfing the Internet? Lots and lots of bots, according to a new report, including benign search engine crawlers as well as malicious 'scrapers' and spammers.
A new feature that allows users to send photos, videos and messages to private groups is a clear shot at Snapchat and other rivals.
Unlike most digital startups, flash-sale site Zulily ignores top brands and fickle teens in favor of boutique products and reliable moms who increasingly shop online for fun.
The daily deals company still hasn't figured out how to make a buck for anyone but its founders and early investors.
Despite its strong stock price gains, this firm remains a favorite way to invest in Internet and mobile growth.
With the black market website back in business, the virtual currency gets a boost.
A new survey by Pew Research found that nearly 1 in 10 US adults get news on Twitter, and those users tend to be younger than average and better educated.
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