Moderate Internet use does not harm teenage brains

A review of more than a hundred published studies of typical computer use among adolescents suggests that moderate Internet use does not appear to adversely affect the development of teenage brains.

Ransom-demanding virus on prowl in Indian cyberspace

Cyber security sleuths have warned Indian Internet users against a potent Trojan virus in the social media and email circuit which stealthily encrypts important documents of the user and then asks for a `ransom` to unlock proprietary messages.

Scientists who took chemistry into cyberspace win Nobel Prize

Three US scientists won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.

Cyberspace abuzz with Narendra Modi speech

A war of words broke out in the cyberspace over Narendra Modi`s hour-long interaction organised by the FICCI Ladies Organisation.

Search engine virus on prowl in Indian cyberspace

A trojan virus called `Bamital` has been detected in the country`s internet network, Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) said in its advisory to internet users.

`Unfriending` on Facebook has real-life consequence

Unfriending someone on Facebook may be as easy as clicking a button, but the repercussions often reach far beyond cyberspace, according to a new study from the University of Colorado Denver.

`Eyebombing` latest craze to take over cyberspace

If you have ever wondered what Downton’s Lord Grantham would look like with googly eyes, try “eyebombing”.

Indian cyberspace hit by Kim Jong-il spam

Indian computer security analysts have detected and alerted internet users against "malicious spam mails" in the name of the dead North Korean leader Kim Jong-II.

Pentagon to release cyber strategy this week

US is set to release its much awaited cyber strategy on Thursday, but the public version of it is unlikely to carry details into the execution, the Pentagon said.

Cyberspace abuzz with support for Hazare

Anna Hazare`s indefinite fast
against corruption has set abuzz the cyberspace with messages
of support for the social activist from netizens across all

Cyberspace abuzz with support for Hazare

Anna Hazare`s indefinite fast against corruption set abuzz the cyberspace with messages of support.

Cyberspace abuzz with Dhoni, World Cup searches

`WC 2011 photos`, `India world champions`, `Dhoni family` are the top 3 most searched terms in India.

Britain wants international rules on cyberspace

Britain`s coalition government ranks cyber attack as a high priority risk.

Its Bhutto vs Bhutto in cyberspace

The fourth generation of Bhuttos are taking on each other in virtual world.

China seeks to reduce Internet users` anonymity

A leading Chinese Internet regulator
has vowed to reduce anonymity in China`s portion of cyberspace.

Terror groups turn to cyberspace to recruit cadres

In a new trend, terror groups
are turning to cyberspace to recruit cadres with the help of
websites with mass appeal instead of enrolling them at mosques
and community centres which are under scrutiny.

Now, all Indian languages in cyberspace: The Hindu

The Centre for Development and Advance Computing hit a significant milestone on Tuesday in its journey to bridge the digital divide in India.