Google's beloved RSS feed aggregator, Google Reader, is heading to the cyber graveyard on July 1.
On June 6, The Washington Post published documents revealing a data collection program that allegedly retrieved private user information from the servers of the world's top tech companies.
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Remember what Craig Owen's baby tells the Doctor he calls dad? Put your Whovian pops proficiency to the test today with the Doctor Who Father's Day Quiz.
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You go, GIF! The World Wide Web may not be able to agree on the pronunciation of the Internet's most indispensable moving image, but we're excited to celebrate its 26th year of existence.