Chances are you’ve never heard of Jaron Lanier, but you likely know his work. He was a pioneer in developing the technology of virtual reality, and helped develop a number of groundbreaking uses of the internet.
A student has been expelled for cyber bullying his teacher. He admits he tried to play a prank but says he’s not responsible for everything that followed.
Social media may seem harmless, but experts warn Facebook and Twitter and online games can be harder to resist than cigarettes and alcohol.
Before you try to make your child a star on the web, there are some precautions you’ll want to take.
Wikipedia will black out the English language version of its website Wednesday to protest anti-piracy legislation under consideration in Congress.
All you need is the idea and an internet connection and others will do the work for you for free.
Internet minders voted Monday to allow virtually unlimited new domain names based on themes as varied as company brands, entertainment and political causes, in the system’s biggest shake-up since it started 26 years ago.
On any given day, Quincy District Court can be a case study in controlled chaos. So why not make it an internet show live?
On Thursday, Massachusetts retailers were expected to be on Beacon Hill pushing a bill that adds the state’s sales tax onto online purchases.
Cyber analyst Carl Howe browsed through sweaters from his computer at work Wednesday, just to illustrate how much revealing personal information we scatter into the electronic wind.