Study Finds Bullies and Their Targets the Same in Many Casest may have been inevitable that cyberbullying would twist inside out, knotting up some kids to the point that they role-play both sides of a conflict — the aggressor and the target — and post vile comments about themselves online. Think of it as the digital equivalent to cutting, a way for hurting kids to talk about the awful things going on inside their heads.
Rocket Fiber Announces Details Of High-Speed Internet Service On New WebsiteRocket Fiber Internet service, which is a Dan Gilbert-backed company, launched a new website with initial pricing and service area in downtown Detroit.
Click For Big Bucks! You Can Now Play Lottery Games Online In MichiganPlayers can link their lottery account directly to a debit card, credit card or bank account to deposit funds for playing online.
Consider Internet Speed, Usage When Purchasing Wireless GiftsFamilies should consider the speed of their home Internet router when giving tech gifts this holiday season.
Watch For Scams While Shopping Online This Holiday SeasonWith Cyber Monday comes risks with shopping online -- namely, having your personal information stolen or having your computer infected with malware.
Digital Ballots? Online Elections May Be Just A Decade AwayUniversity of Michigan computer science professor Alex Halderman says that safe, reliable online voting is at least 10 years away.
Pope Urges Youth To Log Off And Do "Fruitful" ActionsPope Francis urges youth on a pilgrimage to Rome unplug from their electronic devices and get involved in "fruitful" activities.
Detroit Metro Airport Ranked Highest In U.S. In Wi-Fi QualityThe average Wi-Fi speed over a period of 45 days was collected at airports, hotels and beaches, attempting to determine the best Wi-Fi connectivity during the summer travel season.
Supreme Court Rules Against Internet Television Broadcast Company AereoThe $8 a-month service was available in cities nationwide, including Detroit, and offered networks including Fox, NBC, ABC, The CW, PBS, CBS and WADL-TV.
UM Internet Pioneer Honored For Building Web's First BackboneFor about a decade that ended in the mid-1990s, the fledgling Internet ran out of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. Now a UM School of Information professor who played a key role in bringing that early web to life has been inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.
Kids Have An Unhealthy Attachment To The Internet? It May Be Your Parenting StyleThe issue is more about the dysfunctional nature of the parent-child relationship rather than the Internet addiction itself.
Stay Safe While Shopping Online This Holiday SeasonThis is the time of year when cyber criminals target holiday shoppers who prefer to buy online.