Time Warner Cable chief technology officer Irene Esteves has claimed that ordinary consumers don't want super-fast internet speeds.
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing to boost the amount of available Wifi spectrum by more than a third, in an attempt to cut congestion and increase speeds.
The internet is less sprawling than you might think: through its own 'Kevin Bacon effect', it seems every page is connected to every other by no more than 19 clicks.
Cuba appears to have turned on the first submarine cable to connect it to the internet, nearly two years after it was completed.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski is calling for all 50 states to create at least one 'gigabit community' by 2015.
The FCC is attempting to strengthen the reliability and resiliency of the US' 911 networks, after concluding that Verizon was responsible for the service outages last summer triggered by a major storm.
China's Huawei - the world's second largest telecoms firm, but certainly not its most trusted - has been accused of involvement in a plan to sell equipment to Iran.
Earthlink is set to begin offering mobile broadband service for people to use in their homes.
WiFi connectivity may soon be rolled out to the one place in modern America that is still in the dark.
The legal saga surrounding the file sharing and storage website MegaUpload.com is obviously far from over, as hearings to extradite Kim Dotcom to the States for trial won't kick off until the summer.
There has been an enormous explosion in the number of Chinese citizens who now have access to the Internet.
For most people Facebook is a fun social networking site that allows them to communicate with friends and family.
PayPal has coded an app that allows users to send each other cash on Facebook.
Remember newspaper publishers? Well, the old school media managed to generate 20 percent more total visits to their websites in September.
Microsoft's cloud had a rainy morning today as it collapsed due to technical glitches.
Google is trying to be the industry leader in every Internet service. It looks like it’s working, they’re getting people to use their social networking services at Google+ at a fast pace.
Google is taking a highlander approach when it comes to providing Internet services. They’re buying up companies that provide popular services, because in the end there can be only one.
Police in Malaysia said Tuesday that they have arrested two people they think beat a man to death. All because he said some mean things to one of his female Facebook friends.
Finnish police are taking no chances after the attacks on their neighbors in Norway. They are going to begin watching the Web more strictly for signs of extremism.
Pro athletes who use Twitter often get themselves in trouble. Rashard Mendenhall is finding out that posting your opinions through tweets can cost you millions.