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Kevin Rose, founder of Digg.com, talks about why it’s good that the site is out of control.
The fortunes of the world’s largest social network depend on how much it can earn from mobile advertisements.
The e-commerce giant has the data that all advertisers want—what millions of people are shopping for—and now it plans to use it.
Americans are far more likely than people in other countries to turn to spam-advertised pharmacies to treat serious ailments.
Buying habits revealed via social networks could predict whether a product takes off or not.
A new technique could be used to target advertising to users’ surroundings without their knowledge.
“Do not track” legislation could simply accelerate the monopolization of Internet advertising.
Infosys’s sensor network turns stores into mini-Internets.
Developers search for killer apps for the social operating system.