Today Google unveiled Google Video Quality Report, "a simple tool to see the level of video quality your Internet service provider can play YouTube." U.S. and Canada-based YouTube watchers can run it on their machines starting now.
A new report out of the Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) shows that people are buying more electronics than anything else on Amazon and that groceries sell better than expected.
The imagined look and persona of an agent provocateur in most people’s minds probably couldn’t be further from the truth.
Google Is Thinking About Buying A Company That Makes WiFi Cameras That Record Everything In Your Home
Apple, Google, And Samsung Are All Making Big Moves In 'The Internet Of Things'
Yahoo is reportedly unveiling a YouTube rival this summer.
Three men stand on a deserted street, their hands in the air. One wears a green T-shirt and a motorcycle helmet. The others wear bright yellow down jackets. They are surrounded by four armed men.
To protect lucrative business servicing machines, GE turns to the industrial Internet.
The cyberwarfare issue, as Holder and DOJ have presented it, is a farce. He and the Justice Department are carrying water for the military, edging ever closer to limited armed conflict, with the growing risk of going nuclear.
Cord-cutting is a game-changing trend. More and more people are ditching their longtime cable subscriptions and going to a streaming-only operation.
Paying for privacy in today's digital age
Amazon’s power over the publishing and bookselling industries is unrivaled in the modern era. Now it has started wielding its might in a more brazen way than ever before.
A new study released by the Boston-based Pioneer Institute finds that new technology development that has been encouraged through the use of federal grants has served to threaten children’s privacy by allowing the collection of data on every child.
Backing up your data can save important documents, digital purchases and years of memories.
When the NSA surveillance news broke last year it sent shockwaves through CERN, the particle physics laboratory in Switzerland. Andy Yen, a PhD student, took to the Young at CERN Facebook group with a simple message:
"Saving Mr. Banks" actress Emma Thompson is going off on social media in a new interview with Vanity Fair.
Here is what most people do on the Internet all day, according to GfK and the Interactive Advertising Bureau, via the WSJ.
I've been one of those die-hard Firefox lovers, but have paled lately (pun coming) over the politics.
I do not accept United States dollars, as it is the preferred currency of criminal organizations such as the FBI, DOJ, ATF, and Federal Reserve and I do not assist criminal racketeering enterprises.
Back in March, we told you about Pornhub's plan to run its first ever national ad campaign on television and in magazines.
A group of Harvard and MIT students have created an email service they insist is completely NSA-proof.
10 ways the freedom of the world wide web is being dismantled
The Internet of Things is coming. And the tech cognoscenti aren’t sure that’s a good thing.
If Matt Drudge was going for mystery, he hit it.
Leading AI researcher Andrew Ng, previously associated with Google, will lead a new effort by China’s Baidu to create software that understands the world.
A plot by the Obama administration to impose Internet IDs on Americans is now officially being rolled out, with pilot programs for the controversial online “driver’s license” scheme already beginning in both Michigan and Pennsylvania. According to th
Russia’s internet regulator has threatened to block Twitter, in the most detailed warning on the options Moscow is considering in its efforts to tighten restrictions over the internet.
A plot by the Obama administration to impose Internet IDs on Americans is now officially being rolled out, with pilot programs for the controversial online “driver’s license” scheme already beginning in both Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Australian telco demonstrates world's fastest LTE-A networking speeds of 450 Mbps
The National Security Agency and the FBI teamed up in October 2010 to develop techniques for turning Facebook into a surveillance tool.