Up to one million users face an internet blackout on July 9 as managed malicious DNS servers are due to be shut down. The rogue DNS servers are currently in the control of the FBI, having been commandeered late last year.
Apple's physical retail stores perform better than any other. In fact, Apple's performance, measured in annual sales per square foot, is 17 times higher than the average retailer and twice as efficient as its nearest rival.
Pinterest may have already become the fourth largest social network in the United States despite being less than two years old. Data from both Alexa, a web statistics firm, and DoubleClick Ad Planner suggests it has.
Rick Santorum, second place candidate in the 2012 Republican presidential primaries set a new 2012 Election Twitter record with almost 40,000 tweets referencing him between 6pm and 7pm PT, yesterday, Super Tuesday.
Legitimate privacy concerns or embarrassing photos from last weekend's office party means that Facebook users often want to untag images of themselves on mass - something which Facebook deliberately makes difficult.
This year's United States presidential race will be won and lost on Twitter, with Twitter CEO Dick Costolo stating that "2012 is going to be the Twitter election". Costolo made his comments during an interview at the Dive Into Media event organised by All Things D.
FileSonic has disabled its public file sharing service in the wake of MegaUpload's very public shut-down late last week. Instead, users are limited to only being able to retrieve files that they have uploaded themselves.
Building on the success of last summer's World IPv6 Day - when the world's largest internet companies took the next-generation internet protocol for a 24-hour test-drive - the Internet Society has scheduled its official, co-ordinated launch for June 6, 2012.
The cost of advertising on Facebook is rising, with the average cost per click increasing as much as 45% in the fourth quarter of 2011, according to a report from Facebook advertising technology firm TBG Digital.
The Wikipedia community has spoken. A 24-hour anti-SOPA blackout protest will begin on Wednesday, January 18 at 5pm Western European Time (WET). During this 24-hour period, English language Wikipedia articles will be unavailable globally - a unprecedented move never before seen in the crowd-sourced encyclopedia's 11-year history.