The nonprofit WiderNet Project turns to Indiegogo with its eGranary Pocket Library that helps connect people living outside of the Internet's reach.
Vessel is a company looking to change how short videos make money online by charging $3 a month for access to exclusive content. Will the model work?
Three U.S. Federal Trade Commission members said on Wednesday they regretted the inadvertent release of part of an agency report about its probe of Google Inc as the company continues to face antitrust scrutiny from European authorities.
Rep. Louie Gohmert lashes out oveCongressional Republicans are united in their anger over new net neutrality regulations--but no one could match the fury displayed by Rep. Louie Gohmert on Wednesday.r net neutrality regulations.
?On March 10, Wikipedia took a stand for its users, in particular its anonymous volunteers, and sued the NSA, accusing it of mass surveillance.
Google may have gotten a pass in the US a few years ago from the Federal Trade Commission, which decided not to sue the search giant for alleged anticompetitive practices, but the company may not be so lucky in Europe.
The first legal shots have been fired in the battle over Internet regulation.
Google has backed off its original "open" stance on Android. And it's all because apps are replacing the web on mobile devices. Google got mobile carriers on board by promising them that the project would remain open.
The broadcast data startup, Outernet, has installed CubeSat facility in Kenya to transmit free internet to any Wi-Fi enabled device.
Cuba is using the internet to experiment with toning down its political censorship in a sign that a glimmer of glasnost has arrived on the Communist-run Caribbean island.
There are 48,000 Google searches every second. That translates to 3.5 billion per day, and 1.2 trillion per year worldwide.
WHAT'S SCARIER: TERRORISM, OR GOVERNMENTS BLOCKING WEBSITES IN ITS NAME?