It’s old news that the Internet has become an essential part of daily life. But now Yahoo Japan is offering to help people prepare for their eventual death online.
A new service called “Yahoo! Ending” promises to delete personal Read More →
Netflix pays "tolls" to broadband providers, but it has made a big stink about doing so. Now the Internet Association, representing Netflix and other Web giants such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon and others, has urged the FCC Read More →
With the help of 88 million extremely enthusiastic users worldwide, the 2014 World Cup final on Sunday became the most-discussed Facebook event of all time.
How much discussed? Try 280 million likes, posts and comments generated during game that featured Germany Read More →
You've heard of the Facebook experiment. Now one group is asking users of the social network to try one of their own: a Facebook fast. The Dutch nonprofit initiative is called 99 Days of Freedom, and it asks Read More →
Google’s YouTube is widely viewed as an Internet success story, with millions of hours of new video drawing billions of viewers every month. But a new report says YouTube chief Susan Wojcicki has her work cut out for her.
While YouTube Read More →