Thrown into the spotlight and labeled a homewrecker, California women are finding themselves shamed online.
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings could barely contain himself. On Wednesday, after reporting another stellar financial quarter for the company — 2.3 million new subscribers, nearly $50 million in profits — the man who destroyed the Blockbuster empire starte
A new software project was announced that hopes to “replace YouTube, Dropbox, Facebook, Spotify, ISPs, and more with decentralised apps”.
The pope takes a stand for Internet optimism, in a time when it is fraught.
Google's Chrome Web browser offers voice control for touchless interface use, but a bug in this system makes it possible for websites to "eavesdrop" on you, reports Gizmodo.
A lot of people in the tech world are passing around this image of what the Internet looked like in 1969.
Scientists in the UK have created the fastest ever real-world internet connection, using commercial-grade fibre optic lines to clock up speeds of 1.4 terabits per second.
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Social networks function like infectious diseases, according to Princeton researchers. They spread fast—and then disappear
Lack of progress toward an "Internet of Things" has been attributed to a variety of factors. Indeed, enabling devices from different manufacturers to communicate in an effective and useful manner is no simple task.
Google Autocomplete is notorious for taking a standard search and anticipating something completely ridiculous.
Chris Granger is a computer programmer who thinks programming kinda sucks.
Is nothing sacred?
Net neutrality is an incredibly important issue, but it’s hard to know what to pay attention to when people throw around jargon like “common carriers” and “reclassification.”
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We recently discussed a weight-loss advocate who was taken off Facebook for potential hate speech in criticizing a plus-sized clothing ad campaign. Now, Marilyn McKenna of Washington State says that a similar thing happened to her. McKenna posted an
There are three million fewer teens using Facebook in the U.S. than there were in 2011, according to iStrategy Labs, a digital agency that has tracked "addressable" Facebook users in the Facebook ad system.
How the Internet works is a complete mystery to most people, and might as well be considered magic. Even prominent leaders like Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens told the world, “The internet is not a big truck. It's a series of tubes.”
Well, they've finally gone and done it, folks. Scientists have doomed us all. In one fell swoop, a small team of think-for-yourselfers based in the European Union (EU) has given robots all the tools they need to rise up and crush humanity.
Skeptics of Facebook’s business model have long pointed to anecdotal evidence that the social network is losing its luster with teens as evidence that the firm will ultimately be unable to justify its $140 billion valuation.
A federal appeals court today nullified key provisions of the FCC’s net neutrality rules, opening the door to a curated approach to internet delivery that allows broadband providers to block content or applications as they see fit.
When Google announced yesterday its $3.2 billion cash purchase of Nest, the jokes flew. “If your house is burning down you’ll now get gmail ads for fire extinguishers,” Valleywag’s Sam Biddle tweeted.
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Very important court ruling. Corporate interests seeking to destroy the free internet—again. They want to shape what we view and what sites we visit. More social engineering and more profits.
The Federal Communication Commission's net neutrality rules were partially struck down by the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which said the Commission did not properly justify its anti-discrimination and anti-blocking rules.
A Connecticut man was arrested after police say he posted a YouTube video of himself giving a tour of his marijuana “garden.”
"OK Google. Start my car and switch on the heating." This voice command would have ben useful to many of those affected by last week's icy blast in the US and Canada.