Uswitch’s data-breach report names the US the data theft capital of the world, outranking China, India, and the UK.
Because there are fewer men than women, data for men commands a slightly higher price. And 18- to 24-year-olds command top data dollars.
A new study looks at live TV streaming prices over the past five years and finds that services are gradually getting more expensive.
How smartphone-dependent are you, compared with your age group?
The state that pays the most for internet access forks out more than ten times as much as the state with the lowest internet costs.
During a tense time, Americans watched comfortable favorites, including The Simpsons and The Big Bang Theory. They also flocked to Baby Yoda.
Privacy from tech companies is a real concern these days, but consumers aren't worried about the potential dangers when it comes to drone deliveries.
According a survey of global supervisors, 38% of bosses believe remote workers have worse performance than people in an office setting. Get ready for more scrutiny at home.
Ever wonder how much money goes into your internet connection? US residents will pay more over a lifetime than residents of almost any other country.
The Pew Research Center looked at public attitudes towards big tech as government scrutiny intensifies.
A report from LendingTree looks at how trends in online shopping differ from state to state. How do you compare?
5G in the United States is still a work in progress, but we're starting to see how slow it is when compared to other countries that are launching their own networks.
Netflix has never seen so much traffic as it has in 2020. What has everyone been watching?
Beyond tracking your viewing habits, purchases, and even location, companies are gathering all the stats they legally can, right down to your height, weight, hobbies, and pets.
But 75 percent of survey respondents think Apple should reduce the price of the iPhone because of COVID-19.
According to our survey, COVID-19 has had a strong effect on phone usage; messaging is more popular than ever, and more of us are actually using our phones to talk to others.
Advances in screen resolution get an easy to understand explainer in this infographic depicting how far the windows into your handheld Mario games have come.
With so many choices, it's easy to blow $40 per month on various app-based subscription services. Here's how the average mobile user is spending their cash, from Netflix and Tinder to Apple News+ and YouTube TV.
Boardman, OR tops the charts with an average internet speed of 103.8Mbps, while Hyden, KY has the lowest: a mere 4.2Mbps.