The Common Wealth of Kentucky is once again going after the online gambling industry and has filed a lawsuit in Franklin Circuit Court against a number of online gambling operations seeking to recover losses incurred by Kentuckians who placed wagers via websites.
Dow Jones & Company said today it has launched The Wall Street Journal Professional Edition for consumers.
In the first quarter of 2010 the average attempted click fraud rate increased from 25.7 percent in Q4 2009 to 29. 2 percent in Q1 2010, representing a 34 percent year-over-year increase from Q1 2009, according to a new report from Anchor Intelligence.
Anchor Intelligence told WebProNews the record attempted click fraud rate can be attributed to dramatic growth in botnet scale and volume around the globe.
Aircell, a company that provides wireless inflight Internet access to a number of major airlines in the U.S., has introduced a new monthly subscription plan for its Gogo service.
The Gogo Monthly Subscription is aimed at frequent fliers and is available for $34.95 each month. Aircell says the service automatically renews each month.
Right now, it’s looking like the iPad’s strength is more about what it represents to the industry, more than the device itself. It’s about what mainstream computing may be turning into.
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eBay’s PayPal said today its PayPal Mobile iPhone app has been downloaded one million times in less than three weeks.
Local business review site Yelp said today it is taking steps to increase transparency about how user reviews are presented to consumers.
The move comes amid at least three lawsuits alleging that Yelp manipulates reviews based on whether a company advertises with the site.
The Stanford Center has launched a new website, WhatApp.org, where users and experts can review online and mobile apps for privacy and security.
M. Ryan Calo, a residential fellow at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, has helped design WhatApp.org with the goal of reducing the risk of computer hacking, identity theft, spam and phishing.
The reviews are being written by lawyers, computer scientists, and privacy and security experts from Stanford and other institutions.
Android is still on a roll, according to new statistics from comScore, and if anything, the mobile operating system is picking up speed. comScore puts Android’s February market share at an impressive 9.0 percent.
As the below table shows, that means Android’s made a lot of progress since November, when its market share was 3.8 percent. And although the table doesn’t include data from the months in between, Android’s made a lot of progress since January, too, considering that comScore put its market share at just 7.1 percent at that point.