Some people were probably starting to wonder about the constantly predicted, but somehow never materializing exhaustion of Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) addresses.
Wireless communication has shifted over the years, from widespread radio access to limited range WiFi and cell coverage.
Yahoo announced yesterday that it is making upgrades to its search engine that will bring up results in real-time.
Wifi networks are 30 percent slower than fixed broadband connections, according to a new report, because of phyical barriers and interference from other devices.
As mobile phones fast become necessary fixtures in our everyday lives, mobile phone etiquette becomes more and more important. In fact, mobile misuse is becoming the new talking with your mouth full, offending people left and right.
In President Obama’s most recent State of the Union address, he talked about expanding wireless Internet access across America, a plan which was further defined in a White House blog post today.
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.
How would you feel if the company you pay to provide your Internet service was able to track your online activity and issue sanctions against you, without police intervention? That's what is increasingly happening in parts of Europe.
Despite all the hoopla over illegal BitTorrent sites, that's not where the majority of piracy activity is taking place. In fact, despite huge efforts to curb it, the availability of direct downloads continues to fuel the most online piracy.
After having installed Wi-Fi service to virtually all of its mainline fleet, Delta will begin rolling out the service to its extensive collection of regional jets as well.
As one of the biggest holiday weekends of the year was coming to an end, potentially tens of thousands of customers found themselves without any Internet access, and a provider that said it had no idea why there was a problem.
A recent survey of 31 Cloud computing contracts from 27 different providers has determined that many contracts have clauses that could have a negative effect on the rights and concerns of customers.
As if enough humans weren't Tweeting already, there's a new item that actually gives man's best friend the power to share his or her waking thoughts to the Internet as well.
AT&T and T-Mobile have agreed to a deal that will bring mobile phone service to some of the most populated subway stations in New York City.
If theft protection, accident monitoring, and immediate emergency access aren't enough reasons for you to put OnStar in your car, what if it also gave you unfettered access to the World Wide Web?
Verizon says it's completed a field trial in which it delivered a 1Gbps service to an existing Fios business customer.
If you're in the market for a new car later this year, you can't go wrong with a hunk of metal and four wheels that lets you take the Internet with you.
US broadband speeds aren't nearly as bad as they're painted, says MIT, thanks to a series of mis-estimates by a Federal Communications Commission survey.
A new network design could increase internet speeds by 100 times, by removing the need to convert optical signals to electrical ones.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released the results of a survey on home broadband use and found that 4 in 5 Americans don't know what their advertised broadband speed is.