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I'm always on the lookout for the best app that I use most often: the web browser. So here's how Google Chrome stacks up against Mozilla Firefox.
When Forbes reported that Kylie Jenner, 20, was just $100 million shy of becoming the world's youngest self-made billionaire, some fans decided to create a GoFundMe page to help her get there quicker.
Fiber optic wires, servers, and more than 550,000 miles of underwater cables: Here’s what the internet actually looks like
As we become comfortable in our mobile device-driven lives, we forget that interactions over the web don't happen via signal, but rather through an intricate system strategically placed buildings and cables.
Police, suspected scams, and mayhem: Here’s what went down at a cryptocurrency influencer award ceremony
"This is the sketchiest thing I've ever been a part of," said YouTuber Siraj Raval, midway through the Crypto Influencer Awards Summit in New York.
Inside GIPHY’s NYC office where lunch is catered every day, employees play arcade games, and the walls are alive with GIFs
GIPHY, the GIF website, has a New York City office with color, a coffee bar, arcade games, and a hanging garden. The office is fun, animated, and weird. The architect designed it with help from GIPHY employees to reflect the brand image.
Computers in North Korea run on look-alike Mac software called ‘Red Star 3.0’ — see what it looks like to log in and use it
What it's like to use "Red Star 3," North Korea's little-known computer software that looks a lot like earlier versions of Apple's MacOS software.
Progress and innovation over the past 20 years alone have changed the world in countless ways, from technology, to politics, to global demographics.
In the coming years, Musk and SpaceX want to launch nearly 12,000 satellites to bring high-speed internet access to the entire planet.
SpaceX just launched the first 2 of nearly 12,000 satellites to blanket Earth in high-speed internet
Elon Musk wants his aerospace company, SpaceX, to cover the entire planet in "Starlink" broadband internet using twice as many satellites launched in history.
On Wednesday, Ajit Pai, chairperson of the Federal Communications Commission, backed Elon Musk's "Starlink" project to launch 12,000 internet satellites.