Cuba appears to have turned on the first submarine cable to connect it to the internet, nearly two years after it was completed.
The traditional PC market is stagnating because people are increasingly relying on mobile device to access the Internet.
The internet is down in Syria, and mobile phone service has been disrupted, as rebels continue to clash with government forces.
The universe may be structured a lot like the human brain and even the internet, and similar laws may govern its growth.
AT&T could very well be the first Internet service provider to begin what is being called the "six strikes" anti-piracy campaign.
Iran has lifted its block on Google services, imposed last week, but says it's planning extra censorship of YouTube.
It seems as if cross-platform browser-based gaming has really picked up over the last few months.
The internet has a new crusader to defend it: the Internet Defense League, which has launched with a fanfare and its own 'laughing cat' version of the bat signal.
Microsoft is no longer a part of NBC's online news presence.
If you've ever watched the NBC TV show Community, you probably recall the episode when Inspector SpaceTime made his debut.
Time Warner Cable is expanding its tests of tiered broadband data service.
Researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) recently demonstrated how quantum computing could theoretically accelerate the way web page ranks are calculated.
Scientists at the University of Innsbruck say they've created the first efficient and tunable interface for quantum networks.
Surfing the internet randomly and using file-sharing programs may be a sign of depression, say researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Music is always changing. Fads come and go, bands break up, and some things stay the same for years and years.
The leading daily deal site is trying to become more than just a one-trick pony.
Personally, I think wiring cities for widespread Internet access is a very good idea indeed.
Al Gore is being inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame; after all, he invented it, right?
Hundreds of thousands of computer users around the world are in danger of losing their internet connection this summer, thanks to a global malware infection.
Despite Moore's Law, the speed of computer chips has stagnated over recent years, with manufacturers routinely adding additional cores to increase processing power.