The state of Georgia rejected restrictions on municipal broadband projects, bucking the trends of many U.S. states.
FreedomPop's Burst, an $89 WiMax-connected home router, includes 1GB of free data every month. It's aimed at users with low-bandwidth needs like checking email and browsing the Web.
Amazon.com and bitcoin now have an interesting link: A popular e-commerce shopping cart for merchants can now accept bitcoin payments and move orders to Amazon for shipping.
Megaupload's Kim Dotcom will be allowed to pursue damages against New Zealand's spy agency for illegally spying on him, the country's Court of Appeal ruled Thursday.
The largest bitcoin exchange in the world will have a presence in the U.S. starting in March, a move intended to make it easier for people in the U.S. and Canada to buy the virtual currency.
ICANN has published a list of domain names that their owners, or applicants to new domain names, are disputing with others because of potential confusion among web users on grounds of similarity.
The so-called "six strikes" voluntary policing policy is now in effect, and Internet service providers are ready to get nasty if they believe you're engaged in repeated copyright infringement.
A Time Warner Cable executive says that the company's customers haven't displayed any interest in blazingly fast Internet connections, much less gigabit speeds.