AT&T promises to match Google Fiber in the Texas town, but its initial plans only provide high-speed Internet to a fraction of the population.
Making every ‘thing’ remotely controllable could create change as fundamental as the first railroads — if just one company were able to make the tracks.
Maybe they’re trying to stay away from cute kitten photos.
Broadband adoption is still tied to Americans’ education, age, and household income.
Speak Swahili, Bengali or Amharic? If you’re an app developer looking to launch your career on the currency of potentially …
Is a new Facebook-led effort to bring the Internet to developing nations a charitable endeavor, or one driven by profit?
The Internet Response League wants to prove gamers can make Earth a better place, one click at a time.
The Microsoft co-founder doesn’t think projects to bring the Internet to underserved countries matters as much as providing basic healthcare.
Each and every thing we look up online leaves a cookie trail — which advertisers then use to target us …
When you learn that Evgeny Morozov’s previous book was called The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom, you …