WASHINGTON — Think about how different life was before smartphones were invented — people carried cameras, had phone conversations, and folded maps. Yet, with all the convenience of the digital age comes a few downsides.…
WASHINGTON — Are you a slave to your smartphone or tablet? Ever thought about what you’re giving up so you can spend time texting, checking Facebook and surfing the Internet? A recent story in The Washington…
Can the newest social networking site take on Facebook?
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A King George County man has been sentenced to 24 years in prison soliciting sexually explicit photos of minors over the Internet. Cameron Scot Bivins-Breeden was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty…
Time Warner Cable customers around the country experienced
service problems for several hours Wednesday morning, leading subscribers to lash out on
Where to find free, reliable Wi-Fi connections in the D.C. area as well as some of the more outside-the-box options.
Ever get the feeling your home Internet speed isn\’t as fast as what you\’ve been paying for? You could be right.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia is merging onto the EducationSuperHighway. Gov. Terry McAuliffe is set to announce the state’s participation in the Internet access project Tuesday. The EducationSuperHighway is a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization decided…
Today\’s parents are the first generation of parents trying to manage and moderate children\’s access to, and behavior on, social media.
A major security flaw that affects the web browser Internet Explorer has put more than 50 percent of all Internet users at risk.
Google wants this network of balloons in the sky to
connect people in rural and remote areas to the Internet.
The World Wide Web turns 25 this year and the majority of Americans say they can no longer live without it.
Cellphones, the Internet and social media have become staples in today\’s fast-paced, technology-fueled world. But how does digital technology fit into the relationships of many Americans?
When cyber crooks lay their online traps, D.C. computer addresses
are among their favorites to target, according to a cybersecurity firm.
A three-judge federal panel will hear arguments Monday between Verizon and the Federal Communications Commission that could determine the future of the Internet.