Twitter's rebranding to 'X' seemed to have included other growing pains, or at least was oddly-timed to match one of our editors' accounts getting suspended without reason.
Facebook is going to great lengths to keep people on its platform, and that includes a dire warning message when you now click on links to news articles.
How Wordle, the daily guessing game, replaced America's so-called pastime as an important part of our editor's bond with his father.
Setting up a new router can be complicated but you can help simplify things by reusing your old SSID and password.
AT&T Fiber offers customers gigabit internet speeds for less than Xfinity. But the best part is its unlimited data, a major anxiety relief for someone who had been on Xfinity for years.
Privacy figures to be a big topic of discussion at the upcoming Facebook F8 conference. But does Facebook have any credibility left after so many public blunders?
Without net neutrality rules, which the FCC just killed, ISPs can obstruct your right to start a business, publish your views or choose which products to buy.
Breaking up broadband monopolies to provide real competition, not net neutrality regulations, will give Americans faster, cheaper broadband.
Verizon's failure to roll out its fastest home internet led me to discover that you can teach an old ISP (Time Warner Cable) new tricks.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that you watch what your children are viewing, but how do you do that without hovering?
Like a number of extensions, a new Android web browser blocks Internet advertising. However, filtering out ads is wrong and puts millions of jobs in jeopardy.
Adding a $70 antenna is the update that magically turns ISP Cabelvision's Optimum broadband service into a so-called 'Cord Cutter' package.
There is no better tribute to the preservation of net neutrality than the Internet forgetting about the issue so it can watch a llama chase.