Google's App Engine is the latest service to reduce operating costs for Web startups.
Companies are finding novel ways to target advertising to your cell phone and television.
BioTime's Michael West wants to standardize and commercialize stem cells for scientists.
Economist Robert C. Merton talks about the current crisis, risk, and financial engineering.
Intel and STMicroelectronics have formed a joint venture that plans to commercialize phase-change memory.
MySpace and Yahoo support Google's OpenSocial standard; Facebook does not.
Verizon and AT&T dominate the airwaves, but Google helped open the networks.
The video site will let people do more with their clips, like watch them on TiVo.
Recent FCC hearings pitted network operators and content distributors against each other. But if the two can find a way to collaborate, the Internet will work better for everybody.