Tech-savy Chinese consumers have already surpassed their American counterparts in mobile Internet use, with 38% of Chinese wireless subscribers surfing the Web compared to just 27% of Americans.
Browsing the Web on a PC is sooo 2009. Indeed, by 2015, at least 3.8 billion handsets will feature mobile web browsers.
Experts say that it is only a matter of time before there are no more of the 4 billion potential combinations of 32-bit IP addresses online.
A recent study conducted by Pew indicates that more Americans are accessing the Internet on mobile devices.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the group responsible for assigning online domain extensions, has decided to move forward in a long-running mission to set an official designation for porn Web sites.
No good can come of censoring the Web, but it doesn't seem to bother Pakistan. iPhone 4 not sufficiently blasphemous to get banned, but hipsters may be lashed.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned names and Numbers (ICANN) has given its approval to a .xxx top-level domain. Before you all rush off at once, it won't go into operation until later this year.
US Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) has attempted to downplay a bill that would grant the president authority to shut down swathes of the Internet during a national emergency.
The Chinese government has decided it likes the internet after all - even micro-blogging services like Twitter.
Four out of five children can't tell when an adult is posing as a child online, according to software developers working to track pedophiles online.
An obviously confused UK counselor and therapist has compared playing a two-hour game to snorting a line of cocaine.
Go Daddy has stepped up its efforts to counter an ongoing PHP hack attack that has affected a number of Internet hosting providers, including BlueHost, DreamHost, Media Temple and Network Solutions.
An intrepid team of hackers has deployed openAOS dualboot to run Nokia's Maemo on the Android-based Archos 5 Internet Tablet and Internet Media Tablet (IMT).
Internet providers have shown a mixed reaction to an FCC announcement that it intends to pursue a 'light touch' policy on broadband regulation.
An ARM spokesperson has blamed Flash and the abrupt emergence of tablets for the lack of smartbooks in the mobile marketplace.
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later! Yes, women are blaming their lack of sexual satisfaction on seemingly innocent devices such as the Blackberry and iPhone.
Sony is planning to unveil a new lineup of home entertainment devices that will be powered by Intel processors and Google-coded software.
The Tor Project has launched an official app that allows Android users to anonymously browse the Internet.
Microsoft has announced that it is working with Intel and Broadcom to design a Silverlight platform for set-top boxes, connected TVs, Blu-ray Disc players and other devices.
James Bond always seems to manage okay, but apparently Britain's other spies have a bit of a problem with technology.