A British ISP is encouraging grandchildren to offer tech support to draw more seniors to the Internet.
Google has pushed back the roll out of its 1Gbps fibre network to next year.
A group of online activists have threatened to attack British government websites if the WikiLeaks founder is extradited to Sweden.
More than a third of office staff won't use video communications at work because they're concerned about their appearance on camera, says Damovo.
Texting, tweeting, shopping, changing their status just before bed -- nearly three-quarters of UK Web users admit their compulsions.
Online retailers didn't handle the Black Friday traffic as well as they should have, says site-monitoring service wary of upcoming "Mega Monday."
E-cards are ideal for those you regularly contact by email or online, whether they are friends or business clients.
Seven out of ten office workers admit they still use cables to connect a printer to their PC, despite having a Wi-Fi network in place, says Lexmark.
Google Android is set to overtake Symbian next year as the most popular smartphone platform in Europe, says IDC.
The newest revamp of the desktop browser offers a new way to organize tabs plus support for extensions and mouse gestures.
Web architect Berners-Lee says social networks wall off users and subvert the unencumbered communication the web enables.
Issues of Internet access and paying for the bandwidth you use are under debate in Britain.