'Web' Tag Index

How Will the Internet of Everything Change Us?
By Jeff Vance | Article Published October 01, 2014
The Internet of Everything is rising fast. But does it have a dark downside?
Tags: Web, Internet, social media, Internet of everything
Will Cloud Computing Live Up to Its Hype?
By Jeff Vance | Article Published March 31, 2014
At one time, cloud computing prompted skepticism much like the early Internet did. Will the cloud outgrow its critics to the extent the Web itself has?
Tags: cloud computing, Web, Internet, Enterprise IT, start-ups
Measuring the Value of the Internet of Things
By Jeffrey Kaplan | Article Published March 26, 2014
Even as the Internet of Things ramps up dramatically, many potential users remain unaware of its full scope.
Tags: Web, SaaS, internet of things, IoT
Rise of the GoogleNet
By Mike Elgan | Article Published December 18, 2013
How Silicon Valley is making the Internet faster and cheaper.
Tags: Google, Web, Internet, Silicon Valley
Report: Federal Agencies Demand User Passwords from Web Firms
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published July 26, 2013
They've also asked for encryption algorithms and salts.
Tags: Web, Internet, password, federal government, U.S.
Why Your 'Video Phone' Is Better Than George Jetsons'
By Mike Elgan | Article Published July 10, 2013
The rise of Web-based video is changing many aspects of business and personal life.
Tags: social networks, Web, smartphone, video phone
FTC Warns Google, Microsoft, Yahoo About Ad Labeling
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published June 26, 2013
The regulators say search engines need to do a better job distinguishing between ads and search results.
Tags: Google, Web, search engine, Yahoo, FTC, Microsoft Bing, Ads
Gmail Gets a New Tabbed Interface
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 29, 2013
The new inbox should make it easier to sort through incoming messages.
Tags: email, Google, Web, Gmail, interface
Opera Launches New Chromium-Based Browser
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 28, 2013
Opera Next 15 has a completely new design and a new engine.
Tags: open source, Google, Web, browser, Opera, Chromium
Anonymous Calls for Web Blackout to Protest CISPA
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 22, 2013
Few websites participated in Monday's "Internet Blackout Day."
Tags: Web, Internet, Anonymous, CISPA, hacktivist
More Than 250 Million Domain Names Registered
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 09, 2013
About 40 percent of all domains are .com addresses.
Tags: .NET, Web, Internet, VeriSign, domain name, report, .com
Publishers Object to Amazon's Top-Level Domain Plans
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 11, 2013
Industry organizations complain that allowing Amazon to run domains like .book and .author would be anti-competitive.
Tags: Amazon, Web, Internet, ICANN, top-level domain
Yahoo.com Gets a Facelift
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 20, 2013
The heavily trafficked site now features infinite scrolling for newsfeeds.
Tags: Facebook, Web, Yahoo, news, Marissa Mayer
Study: All Internet Pages Connected in 19 Clicks or Less
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 19, 2013
It's not quite 'six degrees of Kevin Bacon,' but the Web may be more closely connected that you thought.
Tags: Web, Internet, study, links
Facebook Bug 'Breaks the Internet'
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 08, 2013
Many websites were temporarily inaccessible due to a problem with Facebook Connect.
Tags: Facebook, Web, outage, Internet, bug
Twitter Suffers Another Outage
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 31, 2013
This was the service's third outage this month.
Tags: server, Web, Twitter, outage, social networking, service, downtime
As Life Moves Online, Virtual Death Follows
By Jeff Vance | Article Published January 22, 2013
While most every service has long been available online, handling the passing of loved ones has only recently made in-roads.
Tags: Web, Internet
Yahoo Mail Gets a Facelift
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 11, 2012
The new interface is designed to be cleaner, faster and easier to use.
Tags: email, Web, mobile, Marissa Mayer, Yahoo Mail
New Google Tools to Make the Search Engine More All-Knowing
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 09, 2012
The company is now incorporating Gmail messages into search results.
Tags: Google, search, Web, Gmail
Both IE and Chrome Claim June's Top Browser Spot
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 02, 2012
StatCounter and Net Applications disagree about which browser is the most popular.
Tags: Web, mobile, browser, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox
Farewell Laptop? Mobile Internet Use Jumps
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 27, 2012
More than half of U.S. cell phone owners use their phones to surf the Internet.
Tags: Web, mobile, Internet, smartphone, survey, cell phone, Pew
ICANN Reveals new Top Level Domains
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published June 13, 2012
A major shift in the history of the Internet starts today.
Tags: Web, Internet, ICANN, domain name
Engineers Rebuild HTTP as a Faster Web Foundation
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 30, 2012
The Internet Engineering Task Force is hearing proposals for HTTP 2.0 from Google, Microsoft and others.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Web, HTTP, Standards Bodies
For Impatient Web Users, an Eye Blink is Just Too Long to Wait
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 01, 2012
Google researchers say a 400 ms delay in loading a page can cause people to change their Internet usage.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Web, Internet
Nobody $#@!s With the Internet. Or Do They?
By Mike Elgan | Article Published February 08, 2012
Governments, corporations and other organizations need to be aware that there’s a new sheriff in town.
Tags: Web, Internet
Digital Divide Persists Even as Broadband Adoption Grows
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 10, 2011
New report from Dept. of Commerce shows that the 'have nots' - continue to have not when it comes to Internet.
Tags: Web, broadband, digital divide, Internet access
The BBC's 'Web Mapping': the Net is Global, Remember?
By James Maguire | Article Published January 19, 2011
The BBC's 'Web Mapping': the Net is Global, Remember?
Tags: Web, Internet, BBC
Internet Building the Hive, Driving Engagement: Pew
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published January 18, 2011
New research from Pew Internet Project highlights the dramatic effect Internet-enabled technologies are having on Americans' ability to form communities.
Tags: Facebook, Web, Twitter, social networking, Internet
'Do Not Track' Rules Favored by U.S. Consumers: Gallup
By David Needle | Article Published December 22, 2010
But poll shows many are willing to let certain advertisers of their choosing track them on the Web.
Tags: security, Web, Internet, privacy, online advertising
Mark Hurd's Termination a Warning to Other Executives
By Rob Enderle | Article Published August 10, 2010
In the Internet age, privacy is a scarce commodity and even the appearance of impropriety can be a major problem.
Tags: YouTube, Web, HP, CEO, Hurd
The Web is Dead? Gimme a Break!
By Mike Elgan | Article Published August 05, 2010
Tech pundits are always declaring leading technologies -- like the Web, iPhone, mouse, even the phone call itself –- as “dead.” What’s up with that?
Tags: Web, Twitter, iPhone, iphone apps, Wired
Google Unveils Web TV
By - Reuters | Article Published May 21, 2010
In a risky move that many vendors have so far failed at, Google announces an ambitious plan to merge the Internet with television.
Tags: Google, search, Web, search engine, Google TV
GOP Launches Web-Wide Push to Curb Spending With YouCut
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published May 12, 2010
In what the party bills as a first-of-its-kind effort, House Minority Whip Eric Cantor is asking the public to vote online or via text on one of five programs designated as an example of government waste.
Tags: Web, Internet, Web 2.0, Web browsers, Internet search
Tech Comics: "Checkbook Journalism"
By Oliver Widder | Article Published April 30, 2010
Gizmodo's payment of $5,000 for a misplaced iPhone raises questions about the nature of journalism in the Internet age.
Tags: Web, iPhone, Internet, Gizmodo, journalism
How Social Networking Saved a Life
By James Maguire | Article Published April 06, 2010
How Social Networking Saved a Life
Tags: Web, social networking, Internet
.Com at 25: Clinton Mulls Net's Next Steps
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published March 17, 2010
To mark the 25th anniversary of the .com domain, former President Bill Clinton talks up the ways the Internet can be tapped for improving quality of life around the world.
Tags: Web, broadband, Internet freedom, dot-com, philanthropy
Web-based Collaboration Apps: Top Options
By Gerry Blackwell | Article Published January 22, 2010
Web-based collaboration tools range from document sharing tools to online conferencing solutions. Which options are best for your needs?
Tags: Web, Internet, apps, Google Docs, conference
First Internationalized Domain Names Near Completion
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published January 21, 2010
Egypt, Russia, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have now passed a key milestone on their way to becoming the first countries with domain names in their own non-Latin languages.
Tags: Web, ICANN, TLD, domain names, IDN
Mozilla Drumbeat Aims to Expand Web Participation
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published January 08, 2010
With over $1 million set to be invested in the new effort, Mozilla aims to build the open Web with more than just open source code.
Tags: open source, Web, browser, Mozilla, drumbeat
Plurk Weighing 'Options' Over Microsoft's Web Code Theft
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published December 17, 2009
Plurk co-founder says 'responsibility' and 'accountability' not the same.
Tags: Microsoft, Web, Plurk, code
3 Apache/httpd Commannd-Line Options
By Juliet Kemp | Article Published February 04, 2009
Tip of the Trade: httpd can do more than just stop, start and reload Apache. With these command-line options, you can manipulate your configuration without tinkering with httpd.conf.
Tags: Apache, Web, debug, IT, VAR
Sir Tim Offers A Glimpse Of The Web's Future
By Chris Nerney | Article Published June 17, 2008
Sir Tim Offers A Glimpse Of The Web's Future
Tags: data, Web, semantic Web, Linked Data, Berners-Lee




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