Pew/Elon University survey of tech gurus predicts Internet will enable enormous changes… while fading into the background as a utility.
According to Pew’s survey, 42 percent of Americans had never heard of the Internet in 1995. Now 87 percent use it frequently.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler will take court’s invitation to re-create Open Internet regulations, a plan that already faces opposition from Republican FCC commissioners.
Police busted Utopia a day before word leaked out that hackers stole the whole $2.5 million worth of Bitcoin.
A new app, ‘I Am Alive,’ Tweets news that the user survived a bombing; the author thought it was simply satire until 4,000 people started using it.
Having somewhat stabilized her company, CEO Marissa Mayer needs to show that Yahoo is relevant and capable of growing its bottom line.
Akamai’s State of the Internet Report showed China reclaiming the lead as a source of Internet attacks during 3Q 2013; port 445 reclaimed its spot as a favorite target.
The ability of authorities to monitor and punish opposition online is alive and well, despite some perceived gains by protestors and dissidents.
By now you know how the Silk Road, an online marketplace for all things illegal and semi-legal, has been shuttered …
By adapting TCP/IP to the difficulties of undersea networks, researchers hope to improve links for tsunami, weather and sea-life sensors.