The courts may soon decide the FCC has no authority to stop Internet service providers from charging us for tiered Web access, the same way we pay for TV. Guess who could (but won't) maintain the net neutrality status quo? (No laughing.)
With popular services and privacy dying off, maybe the internet could use a change.
Once given the go-ahead, every house and business in L.A. will be online.
Who needs radio transmissions when you can use a direct laser beam instead? NASA's supercharges its space transmissions with the moon by harnessing laser power.
Virgin and JetBlue have signed up to deliver lightning fast in-flight Wi-Fi. But can they really keep it smooth when they hit turbulence?
Ending one of the most high profile Internet penalties to date, France has decided to call an end to its three strikes piracy policy.
Horia Dragomir's webapp makes it super easy to annoy your friends with GIFs of your face.
Google’s high-flying internet-beaming balloons could provide internet to remote locations.
A Parisian start-up has announced their plans to make visible spectrum Wi-Fi available by 2014.
According to a new report, Google is working on a plan to offer wireless Internet access to parts of Africa and Southeast Asia, using blimps.