Digital photos could put kids at risk
A study published in the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics this month suggests that parents and carers could be putting children at risk if they upload digital photos that are automatically "geota ...
Jointly utilizing LTE networks
Data-intensive Internet applications on smartphones, tablets and laptops are more popular than ever before. The result: Traffic on the mobile network is increasing at a blinding speed. Intelligent technologies ...
After IPO, Facebook will face new profit pressures
(AP) -- For all the huge numbers in Facebook's IPO papers, a surprisingly small figure stands out: $4.39, the amount the site generated per user last year.
Google revising privacy policies, data use
Google said it is revising its privacy policies and changing how it uses data from users of its services to provide more personalized search results and advertisements.
Young Indians in social network 'fatigue'
India's urban youth are suffering social-media "fatigue," prompting a number to delete their Facebook and other accounts, according to a new study.
How Internet is changing Ugandan business
Sitting in the glow of his flat-screen computer monitor in a fashionable office, Donald Kasule says that until recently it was almost impossible to imagine making a success of an Internet start-up in Uganda.
GSM phones -- call them unsafe, says security expert
India says 3G roaming mobile pacts 'illegal'
India's telecom ministry told mobile phone operators on Thursday that they must scrap "illegal" mutual roaming agreements allowing them to provide seamless nationwide 3G services.
FBI contacted phone monitoring firm about software
A senior executive at a technology company that makes monitoring software secretly installed on 141 million cellphones said Thursday that the FBI approached the company about using its technology but was reb ...
Louvre and Nintendo aim to make art child's play
The Louvre said Thursday it has teamed up with Nintendo to hand out 3D game consoles to guide visitors through its vast art collections, as part of a stepped up digital drive at the Paris museum.
Rara revs up price war over unlimited music plans
(AP) -- A British company has taken the price war for music subscriptions to a new level.
Study: Most people still don't trust online info
Over the past decade, Americans have witnessed the rise of social networks and mobile technology that's put the Internet at an arm's reach, day and night - yet a new study has found that people are even more distrustful of ...
New study is first to test the actual impact of branded apps on consumers
A new research study co-authored by an Indiana University professor suggests that interactive applications for mobile phones such as Apple's iPhone and Google's Android may be some of the most powerful forms of advertising ...
Wikipedia eyes India for language growth
Wikipedia on Wednesday said it was banking on growth in the mobile phone sector and increased Internet access to boost content in Indian languages ranging from Hindi to Telugu.