Just two weeks after the news broke of Google's acquisition of Nest, competitor company Vivint suddenly disappeared from search results -- and didn't get reinstated for four months. Hit the jump for details
A House Republican has introduced a bill that seeks to prohibit the FCC from using its “nuclear option” to reclassify ISPs as a public utility. The legislation aims to strip the FCC of authority in the matter.
Verizon, Comcast, AT&T, Cox Communications and Bright House Networks gained a victory on appeal against a studio that sought to obtain the identities of Internet users that allegedly downloaded a pornographic film.
If you're in Europe and a Google search on your name throws up results you consider to be “irrelevant, outdated, or otherwise inappropriate," you can now ask the Web giant to remove the links to the third-party sites.
Dish Network announced that it will accept Bitcoin payments, starting July 1, 2014. The satellite TV provider, which tapped Coindesk to process transactions, claims to be the biggest company to accept the cryptocurrency.
YouTube wants you to know how good your Internet provider is at streaming video. The Google Video Quality Report is really a tool that lets you see how the quality of your video streaming compares with that of the Jones next door.
Mobile is taking over the Internet in Kleiner Perkins analyst Mary Meeker's annual Internet trends report. As traditional forms of media such as TV, advertising, news, and money go mobile how do they change?
A new report shows the extent of cyberattacks launched over the past 12 months. According to research firm Ponemon Institute, 110 million Americans had their personal information compromised over the time period.
Yahoo plans to launch its own YouTube competitor this summer. The video-streaming service will offer competitive ad rates and a bigger slice of revenue to video creators, but will it dethrone the king of Internet video?