Netflix and YouTube made up more than half of all “downstream” Internet traffic in North America for the first time, while use of the BitTorrent protocol to access pirated material fell in the U.S. for the first time, suggesting a Read More →
A week after Facebook acknowledged declining interest among younger teenagers, the world’s largest social network has launched a “bullying prevention hub” aimed at helping teens deal with online harassment.
The hub offers suggestions for victims to address their abusers, including online Read More →
A new online tool allows the estimated 150 million people potentially affected by an Adobe hack to see if their email addresses were part of the leak.
A programmer identified as "programmer@Hilare_Belloc" developed the tool to let Read More →
Airline passengers who can’t stand to be separated from their tablets, MP3 players and smartphones while flying America's airlines will finally be allowed to use them in flight -- but they still won’t be allowed to make cell phone Read More →
With its net income down, Apple is looking for new iPhone and iPad opportunities outside of China’s major cities.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said on a conference call this week that Apple is adding more outlets besides Apple stores to move Read More →
Cupertino officials may be in love with Apple’s dreams for its new “spaceship” campus, but city officials in Seattle are just as enamored with Amazon’s plans for a five-story office building formed out of three bubble-shaped structures known as Read More →