Oct 1, 2009 The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which is responsible for assigning domain names, will make more endings available beyond just dot-com, dot-net, and dot-biz. That has some U.S. companies reeling. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Sep 30, 2009 General Motors began an experiment in July that had ealers posting new cars for sale on eBay. The project ends today, and although cars didn't fly off the lot as a result, the move piqued plenty of interest. Rico Gagliano reports.
Sep 30, 2009 A survey suggests most Americans don't want advertisers to follow their activity online. The study found this sentiment reached across all ages polled, including young Web users. Alisa Roth reports.
Sep 21, 2009 Fewer than 7% of Africans are connected to the Internet, compared to three out of four North Americans. But the imminent arrival of fiber-optic cables to the continent is expected to spark a telecommunications boom. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Sep 21, 2009 Netflix has announced the winners of its contest to increase the accuracy of the algorithm that prompts customers to rent or buy other movies. Host Bob Moon talks with two programmers from the team that won the $1 million prize.
Sep 21, 2009 Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski has laid out his plan for ensuring consumers' unrestricted access to the Internet, without having their connections slowed down or blocked by service providers. Joel Rose reports.
Sep 21, 2009 The Federal Communications Commission wants new rules to govern Internet traffic that would require net neutrality. But the major telecom firms say it could stand in the way of innovation. Tamara Keith reports.
Stacey Vanek Smith
Sep 18, 2009 Thanks to Google, your favorite Web sites might get a lot more ad-heavy. That's because the search giant just launched a new online-ad marketplace. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Sep 17, 2009 Chinese Web users are complaining about China's latest Internet filtering software, Green Dam, which has been known to leak and crash computers. Many places required to install the software aren't using it. Scott Tong reports.