Google Analytics just got better. Google will begin rolling out a set of major upgrades today to the free Website measuring tool. The new features include the ability to create custom reports, better ways to look at audience segments, the ability to track and measure AdSense inside Google Analytics and some user interface improvements.
Authorities said a man tried to steal several bags of frozen shrimp from a supermarket by hiding them down his pants.
Lindsey Evans, Miss Louisiana Teen USA, is about a pound lighter, because she just lost her crown.
Last week Microsoft announced that product codenamed Windows 7 would retail with that same name. At the time, the company refrained from announcing a ship date, with current predictions ranging from late 2009 to early 2010.
The company offered few details on why it was releasing the software update, which is rated critical for users of Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. A critical flaw is worrisome, however, because it can be exploited by online attackers to seize control of the PC.
This slide is a bit phallic in shape and kids are pouring out the end of it.
Defense contractors Northrop Grumman Corp and General Dynamics Corp's quarterly earnings beat Wall Street forecasts, showing few signs that U.S. defense spending will slow, despite the uncertainty of a new administration and a tight federal budget.
With as many as one-third of voters expected to cast their ballots before Election Day, preliminary data from several key battleground states show more Democrats than Republicans have voted early.
Gov. Sarah Palin charged the state for her children to travel with her, including to events where they were not invited, and later amended expense reports to specify that they were on official business.
A Maricopa County grand jury has indicted a physician, an assistant and a homeopath on charges ranging from second-degree murder and manslaughter to practicing medicine without a license.