The so-called "Internet of everything," the rapidly approaching world where objects from refrigerators to factory robots can talk to people and other machines, will create a massive business opportunity worth US$14.4 trillion over the next decade, according to a new study from Cisco Systems.
While it's not quite the six degrees of separation Kevin Bacon is so famous for, a new study finds that your mother's Facebook page isn't that far away from even the seediest corners of the Net.
With this arsenal of tips, tricks, and third-party tools, you can bend Google to your will and extract more from its services than ever before.
Consumers worried about how their personal data might be misused by private and public sector organizations can from today look for a new Fair Data logo to calm their worries, the Market Research Society (MRS) has announced.
Interronator is paying Time Warner for 20mbps Internet service, but is only getting about .7 (note the decimal point).
Cities around the U.S. should form a 'gigabit community' of fast, accessible access, said U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski.
When it comes to teaching children the best way to use their handsets and other gadgets, clear and frequent communication is the best way to go.
China's government will require Internet users to identify themselves to service providers when they sign up for Internet access, according to the official Xinhua news agency.
Only 0.5 percent of the world's data is being analyzed, according to an IDC study that also identifies opportunities for companies that can protect and extract value from the massive amounts of data being generated daily by people and machines.
Expect no major changes to the functioning of the Internet in the coming months after a controversial ending to the International Telecommunication Union's World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT), but an agreement hammered out there may encourage countries to censor Web content in the longer term, participants and observers said.