Father of the Web Timothy Berners-Lee says Australian's media law may render the Internet unworkable
It’s a question dividing proponents and critics of the proposed Australian law: does it effectively make Google and Facebook “pay for clicks” and might it be the beginning of the end of free access?
Berners-Lee says he is celebrating, but is also very concerned as the web turns 30.
Microsoft's Bing will allow its user to search, shop and learn more about their world through the photos they take.
Armaan Malik in conversation with Imran Ismail where he talks about his love for independent music and more
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From Bang Baaja Baaraat to Love Per Square Foot , Anand Tiwari and Amritpal Bindra talk about their experience on creating content for an OTT platform
From Bang Baaja Baaraat to Love Per Square Foot - film, watch Anand Tiwari and Amritpal Bindra in conversation with Imran Ismail about their experience creating content for an OTT platform and much more
The UN political chief warned on Tuesday that Islamic State terrorist group is adapting to increasing military pressure by shifting to the "dark web."
The feature is similar to Twitter's 'In Case You Missed It' which rounds up the tweets from those accounts you more regularly engage with, or others that Twitter thinks you might like.
Some cybersecurity companies that were shut out of the leading system for sharing data on malicious software are revealing more about how their own systems work in hopes of rejoining the cooperative effort, a shift that should improve protections for customers throughout the industry.
WebEngage is essentially a virtual manifestation of an intelligent-24-hours-on-job salesperson for online businesses.
Citizens in Manila has been marred by slow internet ever since internet infrastructure was set up in the country. From Uber drivers to business elites, users complain they are fed up with telecom industry has had decades to build a reliable web infrastructure.
As the world marks the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, one of the bloodiest battles in human history, hitherto unknown tales of Sikhs during The Great War (1914-18) are being captured for the first time using the latest in mapping technology and a crowd-sourcing initiative to preserve family stories that were at risk of being lost forever.
As Apple prohibits apps from pointing to lower prices available elsewhere. Spotify says it charges a "significant" number of its 30 million music streaming paying subscribers $3 more per month because they sign up through Apple, which takes a cut of up to 30 percent.
eBay is using the technologies developed by the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) initiative to make mobile browsing on its website faster.
The recent security vulnerability with Facebook Messenger was patched by Facebook promptly after a team of security researchers from Check Point exposed that security issue.
What then is this Internet of Things that has the world in a tizzy? Is it really as good as it sounds on paper?
Microsoft announced on its official Skype blog that preview Skype Bots are now available on two more platforms: Mac and Web.
Microsoft Edge joins Chrome in the move towards a Flash-free internet by giving users more control over Flash content in web pages
Approximately 75 percent of the mobile applications scanned exhibited at least one critical or high-severity security vulnerability, compared to 35 percent of non-mobile applications.
The new update from Yahoo comes to its desktop and mobile webpages as well and focusses on delivering more attention to the news and video content, while bettering the comments section by making it more accessible.
People are less willing to rely on their knowledge and say they know something when they have access to the Internet, suggesting that our connection to the web is affecting how we think.