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Not all celebrities have a particularly glamorous start — just like us, they met each other online. Here are some couples who met online and how.
People think Kim Kardashian West’s body was so heavily edited in an ad that she looks unrecognizable
People think Kim Kardashian West's butt and legs were digitally edited to appear smaller in a new ad for KKW Beauty's "Flashing Lights" collection.
The website appears to be made by Thinko, a computer entertainment studio based in Brooklyn, New York.
Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web, posted a blog on Saturday laying out his vision to create a new, decentralized web. Berners-Lee has previously expressed his discontent with the way his invention has been abused by powerful entities to pursue their own agendas.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that he believes the internet will split in two within a decade. He told an audience at a private event in San Francisco that he foresees a break between the Chinese-led internet and the non-Chinese led internet.
India’s richest man’s plan to revolutionize its telecom industry with cheap data seems to be working
In the month of July, Reliance Jio added 11.79 million subscribers, 10 times more than all rivals combined.
A Bollywood production company is about to steal PewDiePie’s top spot on YouTube — and viewers are watching it play out in real time
It will probably take about two months for PewDiePie to lose his spot to the Bollywood production company, T-Series.
Verizon’s ultrafast 5G home internet service will begin rolling out October 1 and offer download speeds 10 times as fast as the US average
Verizon will begin selling Verizon 5G Home internet service Thursday at 8 a.m. ET, with the service rolling out to four cities beginning October 1.
Cuba has notoriously bad Internet. It's slow, expensive for the local population to use, and primarily provided through crowded government-approved Wi-Fi hotspots. Here's what to do if you visit.
Technology is advancing so rapidly these days — and we rely upon it so readily — that that we hardly notice new innovations anymore. But we've actually come a long way since the dawn of the internet and mobile devices. Here are some things you may have missed.