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For a growing number of Cubans, sporadic visits to the WiFi hot spots are now part the rhythm of life on the island.
Verizon claims to have successfully tested new technology that would allow it to deliver broadband speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second.
The music died for Columbia House on Monday as the mail-order retailer filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Everyone's mind is on the droughts hitting the country - it's a good time to debut a super-efficient shower head.
Walt Disney Japan apologized Monday for a tweet wishing "congratulations" on the 70th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Nagasaki.A post on Dis
Experts say the hashtag generated a national discussion about race that arguably would not have happened had it not been for social media.
Like in "Pacific Rim" and so many awesome Japanese cartoons, a robot could let people enter dangerous situations from a distance.
Google announced a new corporate operating structure, creating a new company, Alphabet, that will count the Internet giant as a subsidiary.
An announcement from Google not only radically changed the organization of the Internet giant, but installed a new CEO: Sundar Pichai. Who is he?
A study by Adobe and Pagefair shows that the practice of blocking ads while using the Web is growing quickly — and advertiser revenues are shrinking.
Five of the biggest Internet companies out there are collaborating with a watchdog organization to more effectively ban child pornography.
Software company Adobe Systems Inc. has become the third tech company in a week to give new parents more paid time off.
The Joint Chiefs' unclassified email system is back after it was the target of a cyberattack believed to have been carried out by Russian hackers.
Verizon is revamping the way customers pay for cellphone service. The nation's largest wireless carrier on Friday said it was doing away the practice
China's cyber spies have accessed the private emails of "many" top Obama administration officials, according to a senior U.S. intelligence official
The Milwaukee Police Department announced this week that it will be outfitting its vehicles with a system that launches GPS trackers at fleeing vehicles.