The Utah Supreme Court has ruled that state election officials must accept online petition signatures to qualify individuals for the ballot.
The Commerce Commission has started a review of the level of competition in the unbundled bitstream access service (UBA), which allows operators to supply a range of broadband services.
Research in Britain which has found no link between pregnant women's exposure to cellphone tower radio-frequency and early childhood cancer should end public debate on the issue, a New Zealand medical expert says.
A group of Taiwanese scholars urged Foxconn Technology Group to end a rigid and "inhumane" management style at its mammoth factory compound in southern China.
As electronic highway billboards flashing neon advertisements become more prevalent, the next frontier in distracted driving is already approaching - licence plates displaying digital advertising.
East Orange has fought one of the highest crime rates in the US in recent years with an arsenal of high-tech gadgets, from gunshot detection systems to software that can sift and analyse crime data...
A leading medical journal says the world could boost its blood supply from young donors by tapping into social networks like Facebook.
US campaigns to steer youthful techies into careers defending the internet are gaining steam.
Fighting homegrown terrorism by monitoring internet communications is a civil liberties trade-off the US government must make to beef up national security, the nation's homeland security chief said.
In an bizarre social experiment, a man has agreed to give up free will for a week and do whatever he is told by people who log in to his account on Twitter.
Illegal file sharing online is less damaging than expected, InternetNZ says in its submission on a bill to tighten up copyright.
An Italian priest has developed an application that will let priests celebrate Mass with an iPad on the altar instead of the regular Roman missal.
The Australian government and the country's largest telecommunications company have announced a deal that clears a major hurdle to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's plans for a superfast national broadband network.
Apple's ads used to challenge consumers to "think different." Now a website wants fans of the company's products to date different, too.
If you're about to warn your teenager about the dangers of texting or talking on the phone while driving, a new report suggests you look in the mirror first.
For some people, the Web is still what spiders make, IT is how to spell "it," and Twitter? Well, that's just for the birds.
AOL is selling Bebo, the struggling soicial media site that it bought a little more than two years ago for $US850 million (SNZ1.2 billion) in what may have been the worst internet deal of all time.
Josh Walker has access to a laptop 24-7 as part of the Pascack Valley Regional High School district's one-to-one laptop program.