CISPA — the bill that would END our online privacy and violate the 4th Amendment — will go to a vote in the House on Thursday. We’re planning the largest online privacy protest in history to stop this bill. Can … Read More
Time Warner Cable chief technology officer Irene Esteves says you don’t really want the gigabit speeds offered by Google Fiber and other high speed providers. And you don’t. Fast Internet is for countries like South Korea and has absolutely no … Read More
Lots of Americans have their Internet access limited by data caps, limits on how much they transfer in a given amount of time. But as the cost of connectivity goes down, consumer costs stay the same (or even rise). Why? … Read More
It’s Time to Fix the Pitifully Slow, Expensive Internet Access in the U.S. | Wired Opinion | Wired.com.
Syria has four physical cables that connect it to the Internet, there’s no way that rebels could have simultaneously cut all of them.
The Oatmeal has Some thoughts and musings about making things for the web. Man, this really hit home. Not all of it, the “Your Career + Internet = Sad” part. I’m not a full-time “content creator” and my photos, comics … Read More
As if you didn’t have enough to worry about when you’re hospitalized, now you have to deal with computer viruses on medical devices. But this article brings up two very important questions. First, why is Windows being deployed as the … Read More
NY Times tech blogger David Pogue reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S III somewhat favorably and received hate mail for it. What makes it even worse, the phone is not generally available and the hate mailer could not possibly have actually … Read More