Jimdo, a Hamburg, Germany-based company that offers tools for easy website creation, is now hitting mobile in a big way with the launch of a new iOS app.
Amazon.com’s website went down around 1 p.m. Pacific time today for as much as 45 minutes due to unknown causes.
That is, of course, the promise of responsive web design — one design to rule them all, and in the end bind them.
If you want to highlight a product, build a landing page. If you’re an internet marketing guru, make a squeeze page. But if you want to start on online movement — and maybe sell a few books, speaking events, or other products along the way, create a smart site.
Raspberry Pi is being hit with a distributed denial of service attack, which has taken the company’s website offline. The Internet is asking, “Why these guys?”
Several NBC websites were briefly hacked today by a hacker trying to make a very original Guy Fawkes Day reference.
I kind of feel like Fat Bastard in Austin Powers: the Spy Who Shagged Me as he’s laying back on a couch, shirtless, displaying his abdominal pulchritude, saying “I’m dead sexy!”
Dice Holdings has purchased iconic tech properties Slashdot, SourceForge, & Freecode from Geeknet for $20 million cash.
Web site translation service Smartling has simplified its offering to make it even easier for small businesses to translate their web sites.
After bringing pro-level speed and security to any website, plucky startup CloudFlare is now setting its sights on web apps with CloudFlare Apps.
We know one thing about the new executive editor of AOL.com: he’s not afraid to prevaricate, or at least to parrot his bosses.