Internet users are more concerned about hackers, Facebook advertisers, and family members violating their online privacy than they are about the government, according to a new survey.
Every year, Internet access via broadband becomes available to millions more Americans, up from 92 percent last year to 94 percent, a recent report shows. Rural and tribal areas are the outliers.
A study by the Pew Internet Project finds that consumers who use e-readers are buying more books.
Amazon Kindle Fire helped tablet ownership in America nearly double in less than a month, according to a new Pew report.
The New Jersey teacher is the second this year to be involved in a controversy over a post on Facebook. Experts say cases like this are multiplying.
Democrats had the edge in use of social media in the 2008 election campaign, but Republicans caught up in 2010, a new report finds. Political 'friending,' tweeting now common in both parties.