A slew of geeky terms have made it into the third edition of the Oxford Dictionary of English, not to be confused with the authoritative Oxford English Dictionary.
A slew of geeky terms, including Interweb, unfriend and tweetup have made it into the most recent edition of the Oxford Dictionary of English. What other dork slang deserves a mention?
You've seen that rather dynamic Internet Explorer 9 ad, haven't you? The one that's pulsating and powerful? Well, here's a slightly different take.
Chrome's guest browsing mode is a convenient way to let others use the Web on your computer while keeping browsing habits private.
The social network was the most-viewed Wikipedia article of the year, ahead of One Direction and Fifty Shades of Grey.
Get Online @ Home is a scheme that gets you a Windows 7 computer and a year's broadband for just £160 -- or even less.
The native HTML browser on Android phones often load mobile versions of Web sites automatically. There's an easy way to force desktop versions to load, but first you'll need to access some hidden settings.
Apple has reportedly stopped resetting passwords over the phone, following a devastating iCloud hack.
Microsoft sends IE for Mac to browser graveyard
Branding (and all branding is online branding these days) is changing at a rapid pace. Gone are the days of message control, and the only way to still manage your brand is to not manage it. Here's the latest and very bold example: The masterfood brand