Trump’s Attorney General routed
Searching for bias in websites or in social notworking groups should not get you arrested for hacking in the US, a federal court has ruled.
Oddly not as much as we expected
The first internet streaming and usage figures are coming in as the coronavirus pandemic places a quarter of the world’s population under lockdown.
More countries cross 50 percent mark
Nine OECD countries now have high-speed fibre making up half or more of their fixed Internet connections, according to an update to the OECD’s broadband portal.
Of course, you don't get wafers with it, it's an albatross
Intel is in talks to sell a unit that makes chips for home internet access gear to MaxLinear.
Worried about fuel protests
Iran has reportedly shut down nearly all internet access in the country in retaliation to escalating protests that were originally ignited by a rise in fuel prices, according to readings taken by NetBlocks, a non-governmental organization that monitors cybersecurity and internet governance around the world.
Former owner campaigns against it
8chan's current owner is still having trouble getting the site back online -- and that's due at least partly to lobbying against 8chan by the site's founder.
These are not those who can’t connect after the last update
Software King of the world Microsoft's 2017 Airband Initiative wants to connect 40 million people around the globe to the internet by 2022.
Disconnect the internet to make it work
Finally finding the time to update a PC is not easy but finally, a Core i9 9900K found its way into the Asus ROG Maximus XI Extreme motherboard. Installation went well until Geforce 2080 Ti installation using the official driver from website kept failing to install the control panel. Here is how to fix it.
Better to have them playing computer games
Screen time -- and social media in particular -- is linked to an increase in depressive symptoms in teenagers, according to a new study by researchers at Montreal's Sainte-Justine Hospital.
Nasty roast beef eating Americans we strike you roughly with a baguette
France’s lower house of parliament approved Thursday a small, pioneering tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook -- and the French government hopes other countries will follow suit.