Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, is to auction his browser source code as an NFT.
With an increase in people bored at home, broadband demand in the EU is on the rise, and the EU taking measures to ensure the internet doesn't get congested.
Internet Exchange Operator DE-DIX's B2B partners are in need for higher data caps to meet their increased customer needs during the COVID-19 outbreak.
UK research listed the U.S. in the 119th spot in terms of pricing for consumer broadband Internet access.
RIPE announced that it can no longer easily provide IPv4 addresses to members that ask for them. New allocations are severely limited and based on a waiting list.
Publishers are finding new ways to figure out if Chrome users are browsing in Incognito mode to get around their paywalls.
The FCC voted to force Internet service providers to more accurately count the number of people to whom they offer broadband Internet access.
After narrowly approving a $5 billion settlement for the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the FTC is now conducting an antitrust investigation into Facebook.
Intel announced that it's expanding its official customer support to another social platform: Reddit.
Amazon said that Prime Day 2019 put up greater sales numbers than last year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
The Razer Toaster (yes, the bread kind) is becoming a reality. That's according to Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, who finally relented to fans in a Facebook post.
April Fool’s Day is here, and it’s brought with it some exciting tech product announcements. We’ve rounded up 13 of our favorite holiday releases that we know you’ll want to get your hands on ASAP.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee marked the web's 30th birthday with a blog post in which he identified some of the web's greatest problems.
The Save the Internet Act of 2019 is meant to force the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to restore the net neutrality protections it repealed in 2018.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took action against a dietary supplement company that purchased fake Amazon reviews.
U.S. President Donald Trump delayed an increase on tariffs for Chinese goods following what he characterized as “very productive talks” between the countries.