Still shopping for a replacement for your ill-fated iGoogle home page? Developer Mike Sutton offers a very familiar-looking alternative.
Residents of Estonia have the most freedom to do what they want on the Internet, with the U.S. ranking second among 47 countries examined by a group that pushes for democratic freedoms worldwide.
With the worldwide supply of IPv4 addresses rapidly dwindling, the United States is pulling ahead of its global rivals in the deployment of next-generation Internet services based on the emerging IPv6 standard.
Ready to carve out a piece of the Web for your business? Google is offering a deal for a price that's literally unbeatable.
What's this? A toolbar you might actually want to install? If you like saving money on nearly everything you buy online, this one is worth having.
Adobe launches a new family of Web creation tools to kick off its Create the Web worldwide tour.
The founder of the file-sharing and storage site MegaUpload is hinting on Twitter that the site will be back up and in business again soon, although legal charges against him are not resolved.
Hackers are everywhere, but they tend to be a bit lazy. By following a few key security measures, you can greatly reduce your risk of being victimized by a life-changing exploit.
A contentious debate has erupted on Wikipedia over questions about whether two high-profile contributors have been paid to promote articles on the site.