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Sundar Pichai, Google's senior vice president of Android, Chrome and Apps, speaks about wearables during his keynote address at the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco June 25, 2014.

Google Chrome, the most popular web browser in the world, is considering an idea that would fundamentally change how we all experience the internet

Google isn't yet providing specifics for its plan to replace the URL, but it may share some of its ideas publicly later this year, or in early 2019.

Dropbox acquired a New York startup that aimed to help publishers make money — and its service will shut down

Verst had rolled out a set of tools designed to make it easier for smaller publishers and creators to make money without building custom technology.

The 13 Most Massively Popular Websites You’ve Never Heard Of

Top websites in the U.S. you probably haven't heard of before.

Facebook is changing its News Feed to favor websites that load faster

The change will be rolling out to News Feeds over the next few months.

This New York startup lets you easily create a paywall for your blog to make money off content

Verst debuted a set of tools designed to make it easier for smaller publishers and creators to make money without building custom technology.

3 websites a smart job hunter checks every day

If you're looking for a job right now, you'd do well to make these sites a part of your daily routine.

11 websites every modern gentleman should bookmark

Bookmark these 11 websites — they'll make you a better man.

These websites defined the early 2000s — here’s where they are now

These websites made the early 2000s what it was. Here's what happened to them after their time in the spotlight.

Alphabet just saved the journalist who was hit by a ‘record’ cyberattack

Brian Krebs' website was taken offline by Akamai after it was hit by a massive cyberattack. But now Alphabet is stepping up to protect him.

This is Gawker founder Nick Denton’s farewell letter to his staff

The full text of Gawker CEO and founder Nick Denton's farewell letter.