You've probably run aground of Facebook's new Timeline format somewhere. Maybe you already opted in. If you haven't, click around to a few of your friends and you're bound to see someone's timeline (unless, that is — gasp! — you're not one of Facebook's 800 million or so users). If you like it, well good! You're about to use it. If not, well, uh Well
Internet, your blackouts and protesting have worked (for now). Senator Lamar Smith, the main proponent of SOPA says the House will be delaying legislation regarding the controversial bill that would destroy the Internet as we know it.
Question: what do alcohol, cocaine, heroine, marijuana, methamphetamines and ketamine have in common with the Internet? The answer, apparently, is that they all can both change your brain chemistry in the same way, once you've become addicted to them.
File sharing might feel like a religion for you, but in Sweden, it's now a church that has been formally recognized by the government. Copy and Distribute!
It's unfortunate that Internet regulation worldwide tends to be in the hands of people who know very little about the Internet and altogether too much about regulation. At the Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin, hackers have come up with a new idea: their very own space-based Internet service.
Check out the gallery to see what Google+, Facebook and YouTube might have looked like in 1997.
As if we needed more proof that Facebook remembers everything a user does on its website, 24-year-old Max Schrems of Vienna, Austria asked Facebook for a copy of all the data the social network has on file for him and not surprisingly, he got back a CD with a whopping 1,222 PDFs documenting his every move.
Earlier this week .XXX domain names finally went live after years of debate. Already 10,000 websites have registered with ICM, the agency offering the domains for sale.
I know I'm not the only person who knows of a handful or more silly Android names that are either too long are trying too hard to sound different. Yinzcam's humorous Android Phone Name Generator randomly churns out a ridiculous Android phone name based on all Android devices that have been announced.
The always entertaining and informative Vsauce explains that the entire Internet's data only weighs about 50 grams. Go figure.