Iran could certainly cut off its global Internet connections. But whether it ever would is a question of politics and economics.
Facebook and Twitter are available in other languages. But only 15 percent of their privacy policies have been fully translated.
Security analysts reveal the inner workings of China's efforts to block the Tor anonymity network--and how to get around this censorship.
Our devices may be too smart for their own good.
When it comes to privacy, Google wants to be the good guy. Too bad that's not enough.
A new study of tweets about movies suggests they are not necessarily a good predictor of box office revenues, say computer scientists
Poland's online-only court handled 2 million cases in its first year alone.
The first analysis of team dynamics in a multiplayer first person shooter reveals that friendship is an important factor in success
The cloud could suffer the same kind of collapses that plague the financial system, according to an analysis of the unrecognised risks of cloud computing.
Here come magazines weighing in at gigabytes.