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The rapid embrace of smartphones by teenagers will likely have significant and lasting repercussions for the web, the browser, the PC - and all that these touch.
How much energy is required to power the ever-expanding online world? What percentage of global greenhouse gas emissions is attributable to the IT sector?
Blindly trusting it can lead you to the wrong conclusions.
It's hard keeping up to date with social media statistics because reading 50 trillion articles every week isn't exactly time efficient. You know what IS time efficient?
This is a nifty idea that never dawned on me. How many Internet users are in your time zone? A fun infographic shows exactly that.
If you've got yourself a new iPad to play with, you're going to need some of these apps...
Looking at the numbers, it's clear aggregation is a one-way affair.
The latest numbers from IDC make clear an inexorable trend away from PCs and toward tablets.
Twitter has officially launched its Vine video sharing app in the App Store, as announced on the company blog.
An independent developer says that he's built an open-source alternative to Microsoft's exFAT file system, providing companies and individuals with a free alternative to Microsoft's file system for flash drives.
A woman who created what may have been the world's first Vine resume has gotten a job.
In a fascinating infographic, we get a look at how social media is used around the world by a variety of countries. Some stats might surprise you.
The Sin Digoo Affair
Frustratingly, many of the best free iPhone apps cost 59p or more for iPad. But there are some rare gems - iPad apps so good you can't believe they're free. And here are our top picks.
Imagine a factory where every product remembers how it was made.
Facebook's new Graph Search has security experts warning people who use the social network to raise their privacy settings in order to avoid embarrassment or becoming victims of cybercriminals.
Each quarter, Akamai publishes a quarterly 'State of the Internet' report.