From the CNET vault: Say you need to get on the Internet but you don't have the hardware required to get online. Welcome to the world of "cybercafes."
United Nations report calls for Internet surveillance, saying lack of "internationally agreed framework for retention of data" is a problem, as are open Wi-Fi networks in airports, cafes, and libraries.
Construction is about to begin on a new Apple retail store in Palo Alto, Calif., which the company says will feature a "prototype" design. Will it include a place to get a cup of joe?
On the 10th anniversary of Apple's first store, CNET takes a look at how it got to 320 stores and avoided an early idea to tempt you with pastries.
Partnering with MOL, the Malaysian company that owns former rival Friendster, means Facebook Credits will have a heavily expanded presence in Southeast Asia.
On Friday, Mozilla answered the billionth request for Firefox and launched its latest viral marketing effort. But watch out for the 200 million IE 8 downloads.
Privacy advocates in India are dealt a blow with the news that keyloggers will be installed in the approximately 500 Internet cafes serving the city of Mumbai.
Publishers' Web traffic measurements often differ from ComScore's independent calculations, but the company believes a new approach will sort things out.
I expect to have a good time, but I'll also be trying out some camera gear on my trip to South America.
Aim is to give students easy access to "portable office" software suite designed to operate in Windows environment.