An Internet without net neutrality might become as fragmented as U.S. mobile phone networks, say some observers. But history may hold even richer lessons.
New Web-based services don't just store your data online -- they keep it synchronized across your laptop, desktop, and mobile phone.
PayPal's owner, eBay, is taking a long look at Google's new online payment system. It's easy to see why.
Wetpaint and other wiki startups are offering free and easy-to-use tools. But will most consumers really care?
The popularity of surfing the Internet on the go has designers building applications with simple, easy-to-use navigation.
Users are reacting to Google's new online spreadsheet with a big yawn. Is the company searching for a strategy?
Surfing the Web has meant using much the same technology for years. Now startups are working on new ways to navigate the Net.
Say good-bye to 500 cable channels -- the Internet has thousands of video producers. But is there anything on?
Researchers are trying to make computers see as we do.
New features on the famous website's front page emphasize user-contributed content and sophisticated interactivity.