Government asks local Internet service providers to temporarily block the site pending removal of a page publicizing "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day."
The new 100Gbps fiber-optic link will open up international communications for 15 telecommunications companies and protect against severed cables or other problems.
Psyched about Microsoft's newest voice assistant? If you live in the Asia Pacific region, the bad news is that this feature will not be available from the get-go.
A collection of 19 companies promise to stop the practice and agree to pay a total fine of $350,000, reports The New York Times.
BlackBerry BBM chief John Sims tells CNET about why there was "no choice" but to go cross platform, fixing BBM's sign-up process, and BBM's mobile banking potential.
Facebook was offline for several hours in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, but was it a technical glitch or a conflict between the social network and the country's mores.
Tech Museum's Tech Awards honor projects that take on the world water crisis, emissions from cooking stoves, iron deficiencies, and education in developing countries.
#121212concert, the all-star fundraiser for Superstorm Sandy relief, was jam-packed with social elements.
An FBI source communicated with Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis on the site. Nafis was arrested trying to bomb the New York Federal Reserve.
An early encounter with the NBC Olympic live-stream suggests a slightly eerie experience, where there are no commentators, save for distant English voices.