A Thai correspondent speaks to CNET about the junta's efforts to clamp down on the use of Google, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Instagram, and more.
Phone makers and carriers, take notice: You'll have to let smartphone owners delete all that software you stuff into handsets that no one actually wants.
The company's founder takes over as chairman and interim president as J.T. Wang and Jim Wong give up their positions, effective immediately.
The country's Information and Communication Technology Ministry says it will work with Twitter to ensure tweets disseminated in the country are in compliance with local laws.
The UK government is rebooting the current IT curriculum to teach schoolkids how to code and build apps, as of September.
A new study from the International Telecommunications Union shows that the cost of broadband service has dropped an average of 50 percent in two years but remains unaffordable for many.
People in Parliament tried to view online porn more than 300,000 times in the last year, figures have revealed.
TIA report shows 'historic transition' for mobile industry.
History preserved: As the aging Holocaust survivor population dwindles, USC scientists scurry to create life-size 3D holograms that can answer viewer questions through Siri-like voice-recognition technology.
CSIRO's Smart Vision AR tech makes it easy to get a realistic idea of what your next pair of shades will look like on you.