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Articles tagged "Internet"
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has been called the "biggest global threat to the Internet."
Zhu Ling's story begins with her poisoning in 1995, and ends with the Boston bombing, high-ranking government officials, and calls for someone's head.
The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
The original meaning of a troll is found in Scandinavian mythology, in which trolls are “creatures bent on mischief and wickedness.”
The web has become an essential part of our lives and economy because it's remained free.
We’re at the point now where the Internet underwrites many of our experiences when we're not online. This holds true for art as well.
The White House just got itself a tumblr page, and it's accepting GIF submissions now. Here are a few suggestions for the inaugural entry.
All of these devices need to be on the internet to operate and Shodan – a privately developed search engine – has been busy sniffing them out.
Prayers are sent via tweets, love is expressed through Facebook, solidarity is captured through the haze of an Instagram filter. Everything, tagged and counted.
The 19 Year-old Boston bombing suspect is racking up Twitter followers faster than a movie star.
Altmann's work defines a generation unsurprised by and unafraid of Stellar Wind, for whom privacy, like politics, has become a purely esthetic concept.
Talking to the "media inventor" about content, containers, and things that are not on the Internet.
AT&T joins Google in the gigabit Internet business, but don't get your hopes up about downloading a movie in ten seconds just yet.
YOU'VE REACHED THE END. GIVE IN. FALL IN.
Red versus blue, who wins?
Egypt has been reporting slower than usual Internet connections, but officials told Reuters that it wasn't clear if that is related to the cable-chopping.
Google is the lord of the web.
"I saw the chance to... command hundreds of thousands of devices with a click of my mouse," said the anonymous cartographer behind the map.
Everybody wants high-speed internet, but should Google have the final say in how we get it?
Eat digital dirt, "A man, a plan, a canal, Panama."
Reddit's PR problem spilled out of the web and gave the geek festival something to talk about.
The ability to transfer a terabit of information in one second is incredible and potentially world-changing.