As part of its ongoing strategy to provide broadband Internet in every home in America, the FCC made an addendum to the Lifeline service that covers Internet acess.
Microsoft denies native ad-blocking feature in Edge, while Opera launches its own built-in ad-blocking feature in the latest version of Opera beta.
Exciting news this morning as Tom’s Hardware got invited to do an AMA with Reddit’s /r/buildapc community.
The FCC announced that it will fine Verizon for its use of a “supercookie” probe to gather data on its service users, which it then sold to other companies for advertising purposes.
We first brought you news about Project Sansar in September 2015, but we weren’t shown anything back then. Now, Linden Lab is ready to show the first glimpse of the successor to Second Life.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India banned Facebook's "Free Basics" service along with other zero-rated service in a win for net neutrality supporters.
Stanford researchers released a study that says T-Mobile's "Binge On" program violates net neutrality and is "likely illegal."
Immersive Media (IM360) and former heavyweight champion David "Hayemaker" Haye have partnered to bring a live 360-degree video broadcast of Haye's next match from the O2 Arena in London, England.
The Immersive Technology Alliance has had a few high profile additions in recent weeks. Just in the first two weeks of the year Starbreeze Studios, Futuremark and Crytek have joined the alliance.
Intel's latest purchase, now called the Programmable Solutions Group, will continue its work on FPGAs, while also collaborating with Intel's Data Center and IoT groups.
LG announced that it will release a new version of WebOS at CES, which will be used on Smart TVs throughout 2016.