“Ashamed and Embarrassed” LivingSocial Says Ongoing 30-Hour Outage Should End Overnight

The end of a technological nightmare appears to be in sight.


HealthCare.gov Enrollment Falls Far Short of Target

Federal website brings 40,000 to 50,000 enrollees in private plans.

Following Flickr’s Redesign, SmugMug Revamps Its Service

Another shiny new option for photo-obsessed consumers.

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Congrats, Will and Kate! Now Give Us Back the Internet.

Feel like Royal Baby media coverage is 10 times worse than your friends’ incessant baby-picture-posting on Facebook, or has simply usurped more pressing issues, such as, perhaps, the economy? The Guardian has heard you: The British newspaper’s website has added a button to the upper-right-hand corner of its homepage to help you filter out the coverage of the wee royal. (It’s a boy, btw.) Feeling “Royalist”? Kate Middleton’s cherubic face will fill your homepage. More “Republican”? It’s back to soccer, golf and Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Smashing!


PRISM Anxiety Disorder (Comic)

Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a week in the Voices section of this site.


The Race to Own Data Addressability Is Its Own “Game of Thrones”

A post-third-party cookie world is coming.

Denial of Service Attacks Are Getting Bigger and Badder

A fire hose with 700 percent more unwanted water than before.

Trulia Thinks Outside the Search Box for Smarter House-Hunting

Trulia Suggests promises a more intelligent, personalized way to search for a new home.

House-Snooping App Homesnap Launches Website, Plans Android App

Can Homesnap, a mobile app that lets you peek at other people’s property values, compete with Zillow and Trulia?

Amazon Website Goes Down (Update: For 49 Minutes)

A rare occurrence to be sure, but this afternoon Amazon’s homepage went down for many users.

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