Xiaomi, the buzzy Chinese smartphone maker, had 15 million signups for its latest device, the RedMi Note.
No one ever accused Mark Zuckerberg of standing pat.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has essentially taken control of VKontakte, the home-grown Russian social network which is that country's version of Facebook.
As social media is becoming more engrained in our everyday lives, it is becoming imperative for businesses to get on board. And Twitter is huge for companies, as it provides a place to share news, engage with loyal customers and attract new ones. But
Broadband speeds in the UK currently max out at about 300 Mbps, provided by British Telecom. Sky and TalkTalk have now announced that they intend to bring 1 Gbps speeds to UK cities. The roll-out will begin in York next year, before moving to other l
Ever since smartwatches hit the scene, something's been missing. Checking your messages and monitoring the weather are fine and dandy, but the very first smartwatches ever conceived had something that the vast majority of today's tech don't: the abil
Inside the communications infrastructure of the ultraviolent syndicate
The internet has connected and flattened the world in ways previously unimaginable. Coupled with ever more seamless translation tools, it provides the ability to communicate across borders and languages. Now, a new instant messaging tool is looking t
Twitter Inc said on Friday it hopes access to its social media service in Turkey will be restored soon, a day after it was blocked by the country's government.
Most of the time what happens inside the parliament of the European Union doesn't affect those of us in other countries, but a recent vote to standardize the 'radio equipment' laws could mean a lot for anyone worldwide who uses portable devices.
The world's longest aircraft, consisting of part airship, part helicopter and part plane, has been unveiled and could be the key to greener more efficient planes in future as developers predict one day there could be as many of the hybrids as there a
Mobile phone networks are a key means of communication when humanitarian efforts need to be coordinated at times of disaster.
Why communicate at all?
People who were charged with a crime in England used to be told by the police that they did not have to say anything, but that anything they did say might be taken down and used as evidence against them. I think we should all be given this warning wh
‘Reasons are being invented’ to stop new technology mandate, senator says.
The Federal Communications Commission announced Friday that it was putting on hold a controversial study of American newsrooms, after complaints from Republican lawmakers and media groups that the project was too intrusive.
Outernet wants to use tiny satellites to take the whole world online—even in countries where dictators wish they wouldn’t.
State lawmakers are moving to make sure you know what to have on hand when electronic Armageddon strikes.
Smartphones are practically everywhere. But if you're in the middle of nowhere without a signal, that iPhone 5s or Galaxy S4 won't do you much good.
Ernest goes over the headline news on Freedom's Phoenix
The flashing of a car's headlights is a near universal warning that a police officer lurks nearby, eager to issue an expense expensive speeding citation. After the Ellisville, Missouri threatened $1000 fines to discourage the practice, US District Co
On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to take its first major step toward letting AT&T and other carriers replace the country's traditional phone system with one that works entirely over Internet Protocol networks.
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Li-Fi, the technology which allows light in the visible spectrum to be used to transfer data, will someday soon give us all super-fast Internet connectivity through our desk lamps.
"We're not aware of anything that would cause a mission failure, but in order to ensure the highest possible level of mission assurance we decided to conduct additional inspections of the launch vehicle," said Emily Shanklin, a SpaceX spokesperson.
The biggest ever constellation of satellites, which were built by a company whose founders include an Oxford-educated British scientist....
YouTube blocks PMW video that exposes Fatah publicizing threats to kidnap, kill, and bomb Israelis by terror organization Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades - the military wing of Fatah. YouTube did not remove this same video (in Arabic) from Fatah's
Satellite companies see promise in new technology to double bandwidth.
To say that I’m a neophyte in the electrical world, or as we say here in Alaska a “Cheechako”, is making a big understatement.
Leaked revelations will be as pointless as dusty old books in some attic if no one knows about them. What's the point if no one will be able to read it?