In one of the internet's biggest technical developments for years, ICANN, the international body that governs domain name policy, voted Monday to allow applicants to apply for domains beyond the 22 that already exist.
An international team of researchers has developed an incredibly small piece of material that could speed up the development of graphene, an ultra-thin material that holds a lot of promise for future applications in the field of electronics.
People are used to sharing photographs, articles and YouTube videos on their computers with their friends and family, but in the near future, sharing programming tastes on TV sets will be the new norm.
Three U.S. Internet service providers are working with the National Security Agency to filter the Internet traffic flowing to 15 defense contractors in an effort to block hacker attacks, according to The Washington Post.
The Federal Election Commission agreed unanimously Wednesday that Facebook doesn't have to include additional in-ad disclosures about who paid for political advertisements and that including that information in a link will suffice.
Lulz Security, a group of anonymous hackers who've kicked through the doors of some of the highest profile entities on the Internet in the past month, dumped a random set of 62,000 social media account user e-mail and password combinations online on Thursday.