[Commentary] You'd think world leaders would know better. Shut down the Internet (or some services that it hosts), and the users will come after you.
The portrayal of women in video games and the gender dynamics of the gaming community have received ample attention in recent years.
Multiple Internet monitoring companies are reporting that Syria has been hit with a near country-wide outage.
The Federal Communications Commission is requiring phone companies with more than 100,000 domestic subscribers to submit aggregated reports on calls that customers make to rural areas.
Hybris Software has its eye on the future of commerce. Here’s the process:
According the Pew Research Center, Internet usage and support for net freedom share a close relationship -- no matter where you live.
The National Security Agency has built a surveillance system capable of recording “100 percent” of a foreign country’s telephone calls, enabling the agency to rewind and review conversations as long as a month after they take place, according to p
Researchers from the California Institute of Technology say they've come up with a new kind of laser that's capable of quadrupling the bandwidth on today's fastest fiber optic networks.
For global messaging sensation WhatsApp, the privacy brouhaha that followed its sale to Facebook came as a rude surprise.
For half a century, television ads have been the staple of political campaigns, the preferred, if costly, vehicle for communicating a candidate’s message to the voters. What happens when people stop watching live television?