The Internet has completely changed the way that we do everything. Everything from ordering food to buying shoes.
The internet may never be the same after Sept. 30. Big changes are coming that threaten its security, stability and openness.
Few are paying serious attention to Sen. Rand Paul, based on the polls, but he can be compelling when you get to hear him.
Think about how you use the Internet every day. You probably use it to check your emails, and to shop for the upcoming holidays. You use it to pay bills, to look up restaurant reviews, or to book flights. Maybe you use it to connect with friends via social media.
Internet has changed how consumers consume and companies market, Virginia Tech marketing scholars say
The Internet and related digital technologies have shaped how consumers and companies behave in a number of ways, say marketing scholars in Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business.
Net neutrality may seem like a complex issue, but at the core the question is simple. Do you want more or less choice? Do you want more regulation governing the Internet?
If you’re reading this online, thank net neutrality. Net neutrality is the principle that all Internet content must be delivered equally.
A study of 3,000 people in the USA has found that December is the month when people are most distracted by browsing the internet at work.
After an unprecedented 2013 General Assembly Session, when transportation funding in Virginia was reborn after more than two decades, 2014 struggled to compare.
DuPont Community Credit Union will award a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior at each of the 19 high schools in the DCCU service area.
Rolling Stone alleged a gang rape at UVA and now doubts its own report. I have no knowledge of the matter. Maybe the victim was completely honest. Maybe she was largely honest but too drunk, or just too traumatized, to remember which fraternity house she was in. Maybe she made it all up.
The Center for Innovative Technology announced this week the release of broadband awareness and adoption resources filled with strategies to assist local and regional governments.
We need to elect people that understand and will protect the flourishing Bitcoin market and keep it out of the reach of the Federal government’s omnipotent tentacles and omniscient bureaucrats.
Attorney General Mark Herring today urged members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee to support legislation that would help prevent children from being trafficked on the Internet.
Voice Of the People President Steven Kull today announced a partnership with the UVA Center for Survey Research for VOP’s launch of the Citizen Cabinet. CSR will be responsible for managing the recruitment of Citizen Cabinet members in Virginia as well as other parts of the country.
Fans of James Madison Athletics, wherever they may be, have numerous ways to keep up with Saturday’s football action with James Madison at Villanova, including those via the internet without the need of any apps.
JMU fans will have ways, both locally and worldwide, to follow the JMU football and men’s and women’s basketball teams this season on the JMU/nTelos Wireless Broadcast Network.
The ongoing drug investigation into an illicit manufacturing operation in Waynesboro has netted another charge for one of the participants.
Returning books to the Augusta County Library just got easier. Thanks to a partnership with Blue Ridge Community College, county library users can now return items to the Houff Library or its book return on the Weyers Cave campus.