A relentless industry smear campaign and a comically-corrupt Congress made short work of Gigi Sohn for FCC Commissioner.
A Netflix cache server is getting a second chance at life thanks to Redditors.
Tired of privacy violations and a lack of control, smart home fans are building their own AI-powered alternatives to Amazon’s surveillance empire.
Millions of dollars and ample public masturbation later, LinkNYC still hasn’t fixed the city’s stubborn digital divide or the privacy issues raised half a decade ago.
31-year-old Norwegian chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen wasn’t supposed to lose to Hans Niemann. Until he did.
Adam Lackman can never build anything related to Kodi again, and he’s ok with that.
One engineer has built a new communications protocol that he says is resistant to disaster and central points of failure.
Russia faces a growing parade of retributions for the Putin government’s violent attack on a neighboring democracy.
From news reports and social media posts to Ukraine University and government websites, archivists are in a mad dash to preserve the country’s online history.
The caffeine giant missed an important filing deadline by eight minutes because it didn’t understand how Outlook attachments work.
New FCC proposal would require the nation’s ISPs to clearly disclose all hidden broadband fees, surcharges, caps, and limitations.
A uniquely American and made-up controversy fueled by incompetence is stifling rollout of basic technology already deployed in other countries.