Feds will launch a probe on Google, a start-up that shows if you've been hacked, a study on how men and women divide their work schedules, and more.
Is Google in the doghouse? Federal regulators will be issuing subpoenas to Google, "launching a broad, formal investigation into whether the Internet giant has abused its dominance in Web-search advertising," The Wall Street Journalreports. The investigation could have serious implications for not only Google, but small businesses that depend on Google's targeted search campaigns to bring in new customers.
Have you been hacked? Answer that question using ShouldIChangeMyPassword.com, a start-up founded by Daniel Grzelak, an Australian technology professional and former security consultant, according to The New York Times.
Who works harder—men or women? The Orwellian-sounding "American Time Use Survey for 2010," compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics was released recently, showing a rather interesting breakdown of activities for men and women.
Using Twitter for your business. Here are a few tips from OPEN Forum on how to leverage Twitter to generate new customers and retain current ones.
Blogger vs. Corporate. In what Forbescalls a "David vs. Goliath" fight, the snarky fashion blogger behind WTForver21 is refusing to cooperate with Forever 21's cease and desist letter to stop operating.