A new study argues that artists are thriving and companies that adapt to new methods could thrive also.
Making very specific market-share forecasts for 2015 and discussing them as if they were factual is goofy at best and disingenuous at worst.
The ongoing study finds the Web can be an effective tool in fostering literacy development among young adults.
Researchers find quality of anonymous in the Disqus platform outshines commenters who use real names or prefer anonymity.
China's Internet population passed the half billion mark at the end of 2011 after the country added 28 million new users during the second half of the year.
Users are taken with tablets -- but they aren't ditching the increasingly ultraportable laptops as fast as the doomsday predictions suggest.
Cuts in government support of research, education contribute to a trade deficit and slip in innovation, analysis warns.
The government threatened to cut off access to social networks during last summer's protests, but an evaluation shows the Internet communications was used more for good than harm.