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No, Oculus' Kickstarter backers didn't receive a slice of the $2 billion Facebook pie, but we ALL got so much more.
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The NTIA plans to let its domain-name contract with ICANN expire in late 2015, its administrator says. ICANN will then develop its own Internet governance model.
Veronica Mars hits theaters today, thanks to fans who helped fund the movie via Kickstarter. We look at ten other crowdfunding success stories.
Google Search just got a mobile-mirroring makeover.
New rules are necessary to protect the Web from government interference, says the man who helped start everything.
Maybe it's your own digital content, geo-blocked overseas. Maybe it's something you're not supposed to see. These tools could get you to it, but proceed with caution.
"It's the makers, thinks, and the development community" that can help protect your data from a surveillance dragnet, the NSA whistleblower said via video at a South by Southwest panel
Getty just took the radical step of opening the doors to its deep image collection. Here's how to put the pictures to work on your website.
A Microsoft research project paints your PC screen on the surrounding walls. Because, really, what are your apartment's walls actually doing?
A suspicious website tries to get people to download what is likely a bogus version of Flash player.
Type "Show me the menu for" in front of the name of a restaurant, and your Google search results will now let you know what's for dinner.
Now that Netflix is paying Comcast for sped-up streaming of its service, that tiered Internet that net neutrality advocates had warned us about appears to have arrived.
Kickstarter alerted people with accounts on the site that hackers were able to access information like user names, email addresses, and encrypted passwords. But it says no credit card data was touched.
The two biggest cable companies in the U.S. might be merging. But these companies are already Internet-access monopolies, which is the real problem. And the FCC is the only group that can solve it.