Current events can boost our collective memory of past events in predictable ways, a study has found
They're both informative and entertaining
'Our companies should be able to compete with incumbents on the quality of our products and services, not our capacity to pay tolls'
Broadband companies opposed to existing impartiality laws and have powerful new ally in Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission
Sir Tim is frustrated with pernicious ads and privacy violations
Critics are accusing Congress of doing more to please corporations than ensuring the security of their constituents on the internet
Politicians voted by 50-48 to reverse the legislation
'This resolution is a direct attack on consumer rights, on privacy'
“I love irony, and kind of making people uncomfortable, not for shock, but to make people think”
Nostalgic Nokia 3310 argued to have more benefits than today’s smartphone to be relaunched
Soaring line rental costs and out-of-contract pricing has 'really hammered' consumers
'For young people growing up with technology, this new language comes naturally, but it’s leaving some adults unsure'
John Jackson accessed website containing adult pornographic material on his computer at work on around 1,296 occasions
The Digital Economy Bill under consideration by parliament proposes giving regulation of online pornography to the current regulator of pornographic DVDs
The attacks seem to be practice for a potentially disastrous hack
The new technologies do not entail a radical reshaping of modes of doing things. A driverless car is still a car. The internet and email may improve the speed of communication but it is not as radical as the advent of telephony