the internet

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Theme Park Uses Donkeys As Wi-Fi Hotspots For Guests

Old meets new as a historical park in Israel finds a unique way to 'retro-fit' the area with Internet.

Who Is Tim Berners-Lee Again? [Headlines]

Learn more about the man onstage in the Olympic Opening Ceremony that left American news outlets stumped.

Retail As Digital Song Sales Leap, No One Is Buying Music Mags [Headlines]

Traditional media is suffering as consumers continue to purchase more and more mp3s.

Technology Facebook Launches Twitter-Style Verified Accounts For Celebrities [Headlines]

World's largest social network will institute new features to ensure the authenticity of high-profile pages.

Technology Google+ iPhone App Gets Instant Photo Updates [Headlines]

The world's largest search engine will make the picture-taking and sending process faster on their social network's mobile interface.

Technology Internet Addiction May Be Classified As An Actual Mental Illness [Headlines]

The American Psychiatric Association is considering adding a dependence to the DSM-V.

Advertising COMMON Pitch Showcases Ten Startups To Watch In 2012

Alex Bogusky, John Bielenberg and Rob Schuham are giving ten hot internet entrepreneurs the chance to grow their businesses.

Innovation Broadband TV Grows 22.8% In 2011 [Headlines]

The number of Americans who are using the internet to watch shows is growing.

Gaming & Play Indie Music King Fears Its Getting Harder To Trust The Internet [Social Media Week]

Chris Kaskie, the president of Pitchfork, speaks about how in an age of growing internet "noise" he's attempting to provide a reliable source of information.

Technology Watch Out Dropbox: Google Drive Is Coming Soon [Headlines]

World's largest search engine to explore cloud-based service.

Innovation Google To Open Its First Retail Store In Dublin [Headlines]

The world's most popular search engine will launch a tangible outlet in the European capital city.

Retail Unilever Decides Social Media Advertising Is Not Worth It [Headlines]

Fast-moving consumer goods company not longer relying on popular online networks to draw attention to its products, and is turning to word of mouth.

Innovation Amazon's Deal With Viacom Might Be The Death Of TV [Headlines]

Retail and TV giants have recently signed an agreement that will significantly change the traditional entertainment medium.

Design frog: What Can Professional Designers Learn From The DIY Crowd?

The internet has reshaped many a social hierarchy, is it now effecting the breakdown of the creative class?