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Apple’s latest iPhones support a new WiFi standard that’s faster and better — but you don’t need to rush and buy a new router
WiFi 6 is faster and more efficient than previous WiFi standards, but you probably don't need it at home.
SpaceX may be a $120 billion company if its Starlink global internet service takes off, Morgan Stanley Research predicts
Financial analysts are looking at Elon Musk's plans to surround Earth with thousands of high-speed internet satellites — and they see a lot of green.
US officials are reportedly trying to block an 8,000-mile Google and Facebook-backed undersea cable to China on national-security grounds
An 8,000-mile undersea cable connecting Los Angeles to Hong Kong is at risk of being abandoned, The Wall Street Journal reported.
These 15 things were much more difficult before everyone had a smartphone in their pocket, from getting directions to listening to music.
Steve Jobs made a bunch of predictions in the 80s and 90s about the future of technology — it turns out he nailed it
Although his later work at Apple influenced the way things turned out, he still offered a slew of predictions that are shockingly accurate today.
YouTube is the world's largest video platform, and it has a major moderation problem.
How the founder of 8chan went from creating the ‘darkest reaches of the internet’ while on psychedelic mushrooms to calling for it to be s...
8chan creator Fredrick Brennan is calling for the site to be shut down in the wake of the El Paso shooting, shifting from a stance he took in 2015.
Computers in North Korea run on look-alike Mac software called ‘Red Star 3.0’ — here’s what it’s like to use
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.
LinkedIn says its social network should be working again after suffering an outage, but it might still appear down for some — here’s a tri...
The now-resolved LinkedIn outage mostly affected the US and parts of Europe, according to Down Detector.
The Russian submarine that caught fire and killed 14 may have been designed to cut undersea internet cables
Two independent Russian outlets said it was an AS-12 Losharik, a nuclear-powered vessel that may be designed to cut undersea cables. Moscow has kept mum.