Microsoft and Toyota have teamed up in a $12 million deal to bring a range of internet services to Toyota cars.
Well, Libya did it, Egypt did it - and now one old woman in Georgia has done it, cutting off a country's entire internet for several hours.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently warned that the Internet was the "greatest spying machine the world has ever seen."
People of a religious persuasion like to give up things that are "bad" for Lent. That means that in 2011, people are giving up Facebook to make god happy.
Spending lots of time on the internet doesn't make you more gullible - but reading rumor-filled emails does, say researchers.
Three senators have introduced a revised cybersecurity reform bill that "explicitly" prohibits the president of the Unites States from shutting down the Internet during an emergency or digital attack.
There is a new development in the war to save the Internet. As expected the two Republicans among the five commissioners on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said that they don’t think that the FCC can regulate the Internet.
The Obama administration is demanding the authority - along with other governments - to veto future top-level Internet domain suffixes.
Advocacy group Free Press is alleging that a Californian company has been helping the Egyptian government inspect the contents of email, Twitter and Facebook messages.
With mounting Y2K-like concern, many are increasingly worried about what exactly will happen now that last batch of IPv4 ISP addresses have been allocated.
Egypt is back on the internet, after a five-day shut-down linked to unrest in the country.
With the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) set to make a major announcement this week relating to the dwindling pool of available iPv4 addresses, a new internet census has revealed the extent of the problem.
Google and Twitter have come up with a way to let Egyptians tweet despite the country's internet shut-down.
Egypt is effectively offline, after the government cut off almost all internet access late last night.
The Department of Justice - in conjunction with the International Association of Chiefs of Police - is calling on internet service providers to hang onto customer usage data for up to two years.
When I started driving, the only cool car add-on I had was the standard car radio. Well, the digital driving experience has certainly come a long way with satellite radio, GPS navigation, built-in entertainment and now, the first Internet and entertainment system designed specificially for cars.
Nowadays there are more obstacles to getting things done than ever before. Think: text messages, new MP3 songs, calls, instant messages, the iPad, prime time TV and streaming videos.
Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore is calling on the public - yes, you - to "defend the Internet" from greedy corporate interests and clueless shills.
An academic report commissioned by the OECD warns that a proposed US Internet "kill switch" is likely to compound the effects of any cyber attack or war.
New ideas, though frequently unpopular, have the potential to change society and create new theoretical frameworks. A decentralized, community based Internet is a new idea worth putting into action.