We hope that's the idea behind Adobe's recent acquisition of EchoSign, the electronic-signature startup.
Oldest Arab monarchy uses classical tactics to stifle latest protests.
A novel telemedicine application from a team of French-Swiss researchers could be coming soon to a hospital near you (particularly if you live in Switzerland).
Our existing information technology infrastructure is surprisingly robust, at least for now. But what's left if something really big happens?
What is and isn't good about reading on a device
The raging, loud bar and the stern, silent library are the new frontiers for the iPhone, with new patents that will let you answer your phone in both places--without making enemies.
Researchers push a staggering 100 terabits of data per second through an optical fiber.
Microsoft pays $8.5 billion for the Internet phone service--will it gets its money's worth.
A series of apps use your brain waves to power them. Welcome to the era of DIY EEG.
The European Commission is walking a careful line between mobile Internet providers and their opponents.