Will you pay more for those shoes before 7 pm? Would the price tag be different if you lived in the suburbs? Standard prices and simple discounts are giving way to far more exotic strategies, designed to extract every last dollar from the consumer.
It was an advertisement for AT&T in 1994, and people clicked on it like crazy.
Under parent company PayPal, the millennial-focused payments app is finally ready to make some money.
The testimony came today during Jones' high-profile custody battle.
Twitter user Joe Wadlington shared his account of the previous night, when he went on a date with the former general manager of the Times Square Olive Garden, where tourists from around the world are family and also sometimes fight each other with cold, serrated steel.
particularly YouTube or Reddit — lately, you may have seen headlines about the "DaddyOFive" YouTube controversy and felt a little out of the loop. Here's what you need to know.
"Somewhere at Google there is a database containing 25 million books and nobody is allowed to read them."
"Loopy" is an open source, in-browser "explorable" that can help break complex systems into easily understood components.
Facebook's heist of Snapchat's ideas was so brazen you kind of had to admire it, even if it was pulled off with all the grace of a gas station stickup.
When a phishing attack can impersonate a trusted site it's even harder to know that it's happening.
How Robert Taylor, who passed away Thursday at the age of 85, essentially created the internet as we know it.
Luckily "pornography" falls under the "things I've seen" category rather than the "things I see multiple people doing per class" category.
Facebook's new Camera Platform looks beyond Snapchat to a world where the digital and physical come together.
If thousands of years of philosophy have failed to come up with conclusive definitions, can we expect a bunch of random people on the internet to do any better?
Indiana-born, Twitter-savvy, and millennially mischievous, Patricia Lockwood taps into the temper of the times.
What began as an attempt at a simpler life quickly became a life-style brand.
Google’s Featured Snippets are not only often wrong, they’re also damaging to small businesses that depend on search traffic.
"To make a clock that keeps time accurately for as long as 10,000 years on Earth requires engineering of astounding precision and collaborative scenario-planning, not supernatural trend foresight or clever branding."
If you're on the fence about "NieR: Automata" this is going to convince you to go out and buy it right this second, or never buy it ever.
Online food mechanisms were probably secretly essential to the internet’s success, but it took a while for us to get a food option as good as Grubhub.
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