Location-based services are popular at festivals--providing there's enough bandwidth.
A unique analysis of influence on Twitter shows that an obscure Indonesian filmmaker is just as good at propagating memes as @Google.
The Web giant is more interested in an open internet than a tiered system.
Reading apps like Flipboard--which remove ads and other design elements from pages--are putting more pressure on Web publishers.
After ads, pagination may be the latest casualty in the conflict between readability and profitability.
The information collected by many Web companies may not be as secure as users would like.
A new tool could help get blocked news past government firewalls.
Search results may increasingly be poisoned with links to malicious sites, a researcher says.
Some new search engines are seeking to rise above the tide of ad-driven media content.
If a musical search engine called Tunebot is going to work, its creators will need you to sing to it.