The head of MIT’s Media Lab extols the benefits of being a “now-ist."
City dwellers have more contacts and accumulate them at a faster rate than those who live in smaller conurbations, say network scientists.
A visualization of the ZeroAccess botnet reveals a vast empire of fraud.
A popular job-seeking Web app highlights an entrepreneurial groundswell.
Iran has created a nationwide, private internet that is widely accessible inside the country but hidden from the outside world, says internet security expert
As its rival flounders, Google is rapidly improving its mapping tech.
Location-based app Field Trip looks fun, and possibly lucrative for Google.
Apple's unpolished maps app has proved just how much smartphone users rely on good directions.
Almost 30 per cent of recorded history, shared over social media such as Twitter, has disapeared, according to a new study of the Egyptian uprising and other significant events
To live up to the value of its stock Facebook needs a new way to make money.