China's government tightened Internet controls Friday with approval of a law that requires users to register their names after a flood of online complaints about official abuses rattled Communist Party leaders.
It's called "25 Random Things About Me." It lives on Facebook, the popular social-networking Web site. It's a list you fill with 25 items of personal information, ranging from the trivial to the intimate.
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Newspaper Web sites attracted 70.3 million unique visitors in June, representing about 36 percent of all Internet users, according to a new Nielsen Online study commissioned by an industry trade group.
The new version of Microsoft Office has some cool new features, but it suffers from taking design cues from the upcoming Windows 8.
China's Alibaba Group and Japan's Softbank are in talks with private equity firms about making an unsolicited bid for Yahoo!, according to the Bloomberg financial news agency.
(AP) -- Lance Armstrong was minutes away from surgery, but still took time to post a photo of himself in his hospital bed.