Like many of its users, Facebook wants to be well liked

Bomb and cyber threats, an odd video, a falling clock and some late-night jabs.

Cheetos, Star Wars and the Harlem Shake: The government's most powerful telecom regulator defends the repeal of open Internet rules.

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Fowler's holiday picks: 5 connected home products worth the cost, setup and security risks

As the FCC and net neutrality activists gear up for a court fight, many policy experts say they are exhausted.

An Internet era has ended: AIM, the instant messaging program started in 1997 by AOL, is signing off.

  • Analysis

Net neutrality isn’t a Republican or Democrat issue. It’s about the start-ups that can’t buy first-class access.

An Obama-era rule is expected to be rolled back after more than a decade of debate surrounding the policy.

Google shared the top searches of 2017.

The now-deleted tweet from Cooper's account to Trump said, “Oh Really? You endorsed him you tool! Pathetic loser."

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