For most people Facebook is a fun social networking site that allows them to communicate with friends and family.
More than 100 million adults on the EU have never surfed the web, new European Union statistics show.
PayPal has coded an app that allows users to send each other cash on Facebook.
The US Department of Energy will next month demonstrate an upgrade to the ESnet academic network that will take its speed up to 100 Gbps.
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.
As you probably already know, social networking can be either good or bad for kids. But if you secretly conduct preventive surveillance over your child’s social media, you might be wasting your time.
Comcast has announced plans to offer internet access to low-income families for just $10 per month, saying it wants to help close the digital divide.
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.
The Federal Communications Commission has released a report saying that most US broadband providers are delivering speeds close to what they promise.
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.
Looking for an effective way to reduce heating costs? Well, researchers at Microsoft and the University of Virginia have proposed a novel solution.
After Google locked businesses out of Google+ (for now), Facebook has strategically launched an online guide describing how corporations can benefit from using the social networking site. Excellent timing if you ask me.
Blogger Jeff Jarvis seems to have cause quite the uproar on Twitter after sending out a tweet with the hashtag "F***YouWashington."
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.
Gridlock may not be synonymous with New York City for much longer.
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.
President Obama embraced social media as a candidate and he won the presidency. So naturally the Republican candidates in this election will use Facebook in in their quests for the big job.
It looks like Google+ might not be a social media sausage fest after all.