FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules For Open Internet
The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 Thursday to adopt net neutrality rules for an open internet.
The FCC's decision makes for regulating internet service providers like public utilities, prohibiting companies from charging for faster lanes on the internet.
Device Addiction Grows with Mobile Internet of Things [Video]
Well, this is interesting. Maybe not the reality of it, but its depth, breadth and reach.
According to a new Deloitte survey on mobile consumer trends, we -- as in us U.S. consumers -- are becoming more and more obsessed with our electronic devices. Just call it device addiction.
Some of the facts: Ne…
A Day in the Life of the Internet [Infographic]
The Internet is essential in our personal and professional lives.
Many of our daily routines exist online.
While many know the Internet is enormous, it's only when you look at the facts that you begin see how big it truly is. Ah, the Internet...
Happy Birthday Internet!
I saw a story this morning that the Internet is turning 25 today!
The REAL guy who came up with the idea (sorry, Al Gore) wrote the paper on March 12, 1989, about "a proposal to make information sharing possible over computers, using nodes and links to create a web that would eventually str…
Thousands May Lose Internet Services In July
I wouldn't have thought anything like this could have even happened but I was wrong.  When the FBI gets involved you know it's serious.  Why is it that thousands of people might lose internet service in July?  One word, HACKERS!
The problem first started when international hackers ran an advertising …
Grand Rapids Internet Speed
For most of us, fast is not fast enough. With a microwave oven we can cook a meal in two minutes. Still not fast enough. Everything has to happen at the snap of a finger. Of all things, nothing is more frustrating than a slow internet connection...
Grocery Delivery 2.0
It was conceived a few years back - but it never quite happened.
Groceries delivered to your home from internet orders was an intriguing idea, and for a while we thought we were close to getting it through Priceline and local retailers.
Now Walmart's going to give it a go.