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The Internet has gone from a little-known military and educational network to an important part of life for millions of people around the world. What kinds of changes will the Internet go through by the year 2050, and how will they affect us?
Often, the Web site you see on your smartphone is quite different from the version you see on your computer screen. How do Web servers know you're using a mobile device, and how are pared-down mobile pages designed?
Many print publications are turning to paywalls -- online systems charging visitors to access Web content -- to bridge revenue gaps. But are people who have gotten used to accessing such information gratis ready to pony up?
Being an entrepreneur requires a good idea, strong business acumen and a willingness to put in long hours until your idea pays off. For some, hard work has paid off in ways the rest of us can barely imagine.
Among Google's goals is a project to scan books and make them available to anyone with access to the Internet. The idea is to spread knowledge, so why are so many people upset with the company's method for going through with the project?
Everyone knows that conserving electricity also saves money. But what do you do if you work at a large company with many data centers that must stay online? As it turns out, there's a formula to help you with that.
In recent years, Google has faced lawsuits related to its response to click fraud, a practice that leads to increased ad revenue for Google. Find out how click fraud works and how it affects the search-based advertising industry.
Net neutrality can be summed up by a familiar saying: If it's not broken, don't fix it. But how you define "broken" determines in where you stand. Find out why telecom providers are duking it out with content providers like Google and Amazon.