Vint Cerf informs about internet problems through video

In a video recently posted by Google, a Vint Cerf cartoon explains the Internet address system and some hassles it faces.

India records highest social networking growth: Study

More Indians are logging into Facebook and Twitter accounts, as evident from a record growth of 37 percent in social networking during 2013, according to a study by eMarketer.

ISPAI to help people in small towns to set up telecom networks

Amid huge push for spreading broadband services by the government in the country, Internet industry body ISPAI Friday said that it along with other associations will run workshops in small towns and cities to train people on setting up telecom and data networks business.

NIXI, ISPAI to organise workshop on building telecom networks

National Internet Exchange of India and industry body ISPAI will host an international workshop to educate people about technologies and methods required for setting up telecom and data networks.

Facebook rolls out `Save` feature to recall News Feeds

Facebook announced on Monday a new link-saving service called `Save`, which will allow users to save a link found in the News Feed to his or her account. With the item saved, the user can then recall all saved items at a later time.

China`s internet population growth reaches to 632 million

China`s internet population, the world`s largest, reached 632 million by the end of June.

Indian firms face deficit in cyber security infra: Report

Cyber security infrastructure in enterprises in India faces a startling deficit and there is a disconnect between executives and security teams, a report said today.

Lily Allen bans internet at home

Singer Lily Allen has revealed that all social media and internet use is banned in her house.

Superman tops list of 10 most toxic superhero links on internet

McAfee reveals that superman links are the most lethal out of all superhero links on Internet.

ISPs facing difficulties in blocking certain websites: Govt

Internet service providers (ISPs) are facing difficulties in blocking certain websites, which carry sensitive content, Parliament was informed today.

App to save precious data

Here comes an app that can help you save your precious smartphone data even if it is lost or destroyed.

Programme to help curb dating violence

For young adults who are victims of dating violence, a unique health education programme - designed to delay sexual behaviour and promote healthy dating relationships - can significantly reduce the menace.

Month-long awareness campaign against cyber crime launched

The police jointly with Tata Motors Wednesday launched a month-long awareness campaign against cyber crime in the steel city from where at least 15 cyber related crimes were being reported every month.

More first-time moms surfing Google for pregnancy queries

The Google search engine has come to the rescue of would-be moms. According to researchers, more and more first-time mothers are using the internet to seek answers to their queries related to pregnancies.

NSA`s Internet monitoring said to be legal

A board whose members were appointed by President Barack Obama largely endorsed a set of NSA surveillance programs that have provoked worldwide controversy since they were leaked, while saying some aspects raise privacy concerns meriting new internal intelligence agency safeguards.

Chinese terror groups using internet to plan attacks

Terrorist groups are using internet to recruit people, raise funds and plan attacks in China, the State Internet Information Office (SIIO) said Tuesday.

More than 3,00,000 servers still exposed to `Heartbleed` bug: Report

A security researcher has revealed that more than 3,00,000 servers are still vulnerable to the infamous `Heartbleed` bug.

Internet influencing real estate decisions worth $43bn: Google

As more Indians log online to seek information before entering into property deals, Internet today is estimated to be influencing decisions worth about USD 43 billion, search engine giant Google said.

Shun internet in classroom to score better

Control your web-surfing urge while studying as using smartphones or iPads in the classroom for non-academic purposes may academically harm even the smartest kid.

YouTube to launch paid music service

Google Inc`s YouTube said on Tuesday that it plans to launch a paid streaming music service, amid criticism that its existing, free video website might block the music videos of labels that do not agree to its terms.