IBM's site lets people collaborate to creatively visualize and discuss data on fast food, Jesus' apostles, greenhouse-gas trends, and more.
The computer and printer manufacturer unveils a handful of technologies that it hopes will shake up the video-game industry.
Farecast claims to offer cheap tickets based on science, not marketing.
But Google is likely to be a far harder target than Encyclopaedia Britannica.
A new Microsoft application lets people search the Internet on their cell phones using a camera instead of a keypad.
Using an EEG cap, a startup hopes to change the way people interact with video games.
Corporate support for innovation needs to begin at the board level.
A new startup combines multiple Web services in order to painlessly glean a simple answer from the Internet.
Startup ZINK Imaging is giving inkless printing a new look.