Despite what annual "Best Tech" roundups would have you believe, the world doesn't need flying cars. Here are three innovative products that have a good reason to exist.
Twitter's founder talks about his new business, and getting people to share details of their purchases online.
If innovative small companies can't protect their inventions, who will? Companies who specialize in suing over IP, that's who.
Internet adoption has only accelerated since 2001, so why hasn't the economy been goosed again?
The agency announced its latest revision but budget uncertainties in the U.S. Congress make plans moving targets.
Music-focused social network is linked to iTunes, and TV shows will rent for 99 cents.
DoD research wing wants to make everything from tanks to bombers in "fabs."
How and why we choose our young leaders.
Two years ago print was going to soldier on another 10 years. Now it's five--or fewer.
Why would the chip giant buy antivirus firm McAfee?