An astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS) has issued commands to a robot on Earth using a new interplanetary internet, paving the way for enhanced communications between astronauts and people back home.
Cloud computing is expected to boom over the next few years, with a report by WaveLength and Winn Technology suggesting that more than a third of IT will run on the cloud by 2015.
Microsoft has announced plans to close its once popular instant messaging service Windows Live Messenger, replacing it with VoIP service Skype.
Google alters its design today, giving you a sleeker, less cluttered search window; at least on google's main US site.
Kim Dotcom's new file sharing hub Mega, is already facing difficulties, as the domain name me.ga was shut down yesterday. As if this wasn't enough, the domain has now been hacked by a group known as Omega.
Google has been filtering your searches based on personal preference, and since this has caused some stir in the online community, Google is now releasing a way of opting out of Google's personalized search results.
TV lovers might want to hold off on buying that new Galaxy Tab 2 or Kindle Fire. NEC has announced a round of improvements to their super thin Lifetouch L tablet that should make it very attractive to those mainly looking to use their tablets for TV and movies.
Facebook has disabled a feature that contained a security flaw allowing access to some accounts without a password.
Megaupload made headlines earlier this year after it was taken down by the FBI and the US Department of Justice, but its founder, Kim Dotcom, has unveiled a replacement service called Mega, set to launch in January.
The French Euromillions website has been hacked and defaced with a passage from the Koran criticising gambling.
Google has launched an interactive map that tracks the projected path of Hurricane Sandy, which is ravaging the east coast of the United States.
Consumers are increasingly using mobile devices like smartphones and tablets as their primary means of accessing the internet, according to the latest Worldwide New Media Market Model report by the International Data Corporation (IDC).
The hacker group called Anonymous has contacted members of the British police force by email to ask them to “join us,” one of its most unusual moves to date.
It's been only three years since China began offering 3G, and despite a shaky start, the number of users has skyrocketed to over 200 million. Now, the schedule has been pushed up for introducing 4G.
One quarter of people between the ages of 18 to 25 are friends with their employers on Facebook, potentially exposing career damaging content, according to a study by internet security firm AVG.
The European Union has just charged Microsoft for not giving it's users a choice of browser in Windows 7
The 2012 list of the 25 most popular passwords has been published. If yours is on the list, you may want to consider changing it.
The UK's primary's internet service providers (ISPs) have been asked by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) to block access to three additional websites accused of pirating copyrighted material.
The UN has announced in a report that it hopes to increase the use of surveillence against internet users, claiming that it will help investigate, as well as prosecute, terrorists.
After a surprisingly weak annual report, some analysts are beginning to wonder what Google's future as a search engine is, and whether it will soon join the leagues of AltaVista and Yahoo.