President Barack Obama says he is “unequivocally committed” to keeping the Internet free and open, a concept known as “net neutrality.”
If you’re about to Google Jimmy Kimmel, beware. Computer security company McAfee says the talk show host is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online.
The online-payments company is testing the waters by partnering with other companies willing to process transactions using the digital currency.
A popular online safe-search filter is ending its practice of blocking links to mainstream gay and lesbian advocacy groups for users hoping to avoid obscene sites.
Downloading 25 songs in one second, a TV show in less than three seconds, or an HD online movie in 36 seconds, is now a reality for some North Texas residents.
Walmart, in its latest bid to compete with nemesis Amazon, is rebuilding its website to further personalize the online shopping experience of each customer.
AT&T announced that it will bring faster internet service to San Antonio. The company currently offers faster speeds in Austin and has committed to bring faster speeds to DFW.
Verizon is boosting the upload speeds of nearly all its FiOS connections to match the download speeds, vastly shortening the time it takes for subscribers to send videos and back up their files online.
AT&T’s CEO told Congress Tuesday that his company’s purchase of DIRECTV will help slow increases in programming prices, but won’t lead to a decrease in prices.
Kids today seem to think that the internet and their computers have been around forever. Time to take them back in time to an era when the internet was still brand new.
Verizon, the country’s fourth-largest home internet service provider, sent a letter to Netflix on Thursday, telling it to stop blaming Verizon for bad video quality or face a lawsuit.
In an attempt to curry favor with regulators, AT&T said that, if it’s allowed to buy DIRECTV, it will be able to afford an expansion of fiber connections into more homes.