A 2014 Mobile Media Consumption Report conducted by Mobile advertising company InMobi reveals that 60 percent of mobile users are using their cell phones as the primary or only means of going online. The report found that 68 percent have spent money via their phones in the past year.
Developer Pixelberry, which has an iOS and Android game called High School Story that lets players design and run their own school, has released a new quest for the sim that deals with cyberbullying.
Seventh-grader Shubham Banerjee has turned his Lego Mindstorms set into a fully-functioning Braille printer that punches Braille characters into standard receipt paper with a pushpin.
India’s Secretary of Department of Electronics and Information Technology said in a report that the government’s new online information guide, Vikaspedia, is part of the democratization of information that people will no longer have to pay for.
According to U.S. Justice Department records gathered from 61 Internet Crimes Against Children task forces in the United States, more suspects were arrested last year for child exploitation crimes than at any time in the past five years.
A small group of protesters, camped outside a Bitcoin exchange in Tokyo for seven days now, are demanding assurances that their bitcoins are safe.