The Democratic leader presses the FCC to ban Internet "fast lanes."
Internet Slow Down Just Happens to Be on the Eve of 9/11: I think there may be more to this
It's eight o'clock on a muggy night in New York, and Tim Wu is winding down the worst day of his political career.
It may sound grandiose, but they're not entirely wrong.
AT&T and Verizon have asked the Federal Communications Commission not to change its definition of broadband from 4Mbps to 10Mbps, saying many Internet users get by just fine at the lower speeds.
The tech industry's effort to master the last mile of delivery is well documented.
Before companies like Microsoft and Apple release new software, the code is reviewed and tested to ensure it works as planned and to find any bugs.
At $600 billion a year in sales, food and beverage is by far the largest retail category in the U.S. by a wide margin.
Despite a federal court order directing Microsoft to turn overseas-held email data to federal authorities, the software giant said Friday it will continue to withhold that information as it waits for the case to wind through the appeals process.
Tip of the hat to Ernest Hancock, and the DP's Joη for this great article.
The Department of Homeland Security warned of a "malicious activity" that could expose secrets and security vulnerabilities in organizations' information systems. The name of that activity: "Google dorking."
Many of us have enjoyed internet memes in some capacity, whether it's laughing at pictures of the Overly Attached Girlfriend or playing a 10-hour loop of Nyan Cat.
When I talk to folks at Dropbox, they're eager to tell me about how different people are using its file-sharing service: the musician, the photographer, the professor, the startup founder.
Could government agents working for the NSA and other spy agencies secretly be assisting online privacy company Tor stay secure? That is the claim being made by the head of the company. Tor is a virtual network and internet browser, allowing user
Every morning Anthony Green wakes up in his Manhattan apartment and walks around the block to get a cup of coffee, and maybe an omelet from the diner that he tells me makes the "best in the East Village, maybe even New York."
The Robo Brain system can provide machine-readable commands and tips to confused robots, such as pointing out how to pour coffee from a sensor-mapped dispenser.
You can't access darknet markets using a normal browser. It's a natural place for an uncensored drugs marketplace, as it is for whistleblower websites and political dissidents, which use it to keep their visitors hidden.
I'm loving it! Another plank to strengthen the Ark!
There's a big reason Kevin Spacey made the jump to Netflix.
So what's worse than these awful anonymous trolls? How about intellectually dishonest law professors who pander to the butthurt and ignorant? Danielle Citron is tapped by the Times to protect the internet's delicate flowers from mean words.
Four years ago Spark Capital's Andrew Parker made a chart, and it seems to go viral every year.
Private.me says it encrypts, dices and geographically segregates data.
One of the most controversial of the terms is the restriction on political activities such as surveying, polling, material distribution, vote solicitation and organization or participation in meetings, rallies and demonstrations...
The Internet has already changed how we live and work, and we're only just getting started.
If you already pay for a cable subscription, there's no better way to view your favorite shows on the go than NimbleTV.
A research group at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), which was the first to break the one-terabit barrier in 2009, has today managed to squeeze 43 terabits per second over a single optical fiber ...
Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web 25 years ago. So it's worth a listen when he warns us: There's a battle ahead. Eroding net neutrality, filter bubbles and centralizing corporate control all threaten the web's wide-open spaces. It's up
If you're trying to find out what the common features of tabby cats are, a Google image search will likely yield more results than you'd ever have the time or inclination to look over.
You can't call them "cable companies" anymore.
Yesterday, the 20,000 customers who use a Lansing Michigan web hosting company called Liquid Web had some big internet problems. The reason: the internet grew too big for the memory chips in the company's Cisco routers.