A Handy Guide to Deleting Digital Accounts

Feel like you get the runaround when you try to delete a social networking site or other Web services? This might help.

Vine, Twitter’s New Video-Sharing App, Gets Tangled Up on Launch Day

Users report switched account issues on the video-sharing app’s debut.

Engine Yard CEO John Dillon Talks About Competing Against His Old Company, Salesforce.com

When Salesforce.com acquired Heroku last year, no one was more surprised than Engine Yard’s John Dillon.

With Canvas, Can "Moot" Bottle 4chan and Sell It?

Christopher “Moot” Poole, the creator of 4chan, today opened up testing of an image-sharing community called Canvas, which seems a lot like 4chan without the anonymity.

Netflix Gets Social: "Extensive" Facebook Integration Is Coming

Netflix revealed it is in the process of implementing “an extensive Facebook integration” on Wednesday, marking a significant change from its previous absence from the social Web.

Cisco Security Survey Finds Windows Vulnerabilities And Spam Decreasing

Still no rest for the weary computer security professional. Smartphones and tablets are coming to the office and creating new opportunities for trouble.

Topsy Hands Out Real-Time Search Widgets

Real-time search engine Topsy today is launching customizable widgets for publishers to display topical tweets.

Web Commerce Isn't Really Social…Yet

Social and e-commerce seem like they could be an explosive combination, but current darlings Groupon and Gilt Groupe are only scratching the surface.

Gawkergate Collateral Damage Now Includes the New York Times

In the 10 days or so since hackers purloined account data from the Gawker group of sites, several Web properties have urged users to change any potentially compromised passwords. Today, the New York Times joined the chorus.

Still Changing Passwords Today? Silverpop Attack May Be Why.

The hacking incident that affected McDonald’s appears to have wider implications for users of scores of other Web sites, and it may be connected, though indirectly, to the weekend attack on Gawker.

The Gawker Hack Ripple Hits LinkedIn

Pulse News App for iPad Gets Social

Twitter Trusts, No Longer Verifies

Is My Email Address My Identity?

Google Opens the Black Box a Bit