"The first thing a refugee asks for upon arrival at a camp is not water or food, but the Wi-Fi password."
AT&T could avoid dealing with state-specific laws regarding net neutrality if Congress passes new legislation.
The controversial founder of Megaupload wants a sum equivalent to about 3.5 percent of New Zealand's economy.
The girl in the video said she hadn't consented to being filmed.
The European Union and the United Kingdom are committing the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars each to quantum tech.
"We're sorry for the trouble today. Our team is investigating now. We'll have things back to normal ASAP!" the company said on Twitter.
Undersea lines across the Atlantic are crucial for communication and trillion-dollar trade, but Russian ships have reportedly been moving near known cable routes.
Pai appeared in a video wielding a fidget spinner and performing the Harlem Shake just one day before the decisive net neutrality vote.
The most devastating attack on the internet was motivated by the online computer game Minecraft.
How women and minorities will be affected if net neutrality is eliminated.
And she's not married to the Bully-in-Chief.
Mozilla's new Firefox Quantum browser is twice as fast as its predecessors.
Researchers say the Perovskite mineral holds the key to ultra-high-speed communications.
Amazon needs tax breaks and incentives about as much as you need to steal a quarter from your grandmother.
The Silicon Valley giants control the majority of internet traffic.
Slenderman is a fictional monster created by Eric Knudsen and developed by anonymous "creepypasta" authors.
The U.S. approved the tech giant's bid to provide the emergency cellular service.
TransTeleKom, owned by Russia's state-run railroad company, is giving North Koreans an internet boost at a time when they likely need it the most.
Russia's recent legislation has placed demands on the location of servers that have already ousted LinkedIn, in what could be a precursor to bigger networks.
From Alexei Navalny's "crooks and thieves" jibe to the manatee that keeps waiting around, Russians have found innovative ways to criticize the government online.