A recent study links intelligence test results with browser usage — and the results don’t look good for users of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, especially its older versions.
This month brought another reminder that retailers have to defend their networks not just against thieves hacking in—but also against thieves walking in.
When all bits are not considered equal, bandwidth becomes a traded commodity. A Free Market, not Net Neutrality is in store for the continuing evolution of the Internet.
The US government has subpoenaed Twitter in a bid to support an ongoing criminal investigation into whether Wikileaks and people involved or connected to Wikileaks, including an Icelandic member of parliament, broke the law.
We all surf the Web and use available Internet features. Yet, few folks really know what a domain name entails and where to resort when problems arise. This article provides information about the basics of domain names and an increasingly common problem called domain name cyber piracy.