Funambol, a startup with Italian roots, manages services for open-source mobile applications.
The emerging field of BPL -- broadband Internet access over common power lines -- is nearing some large-scale rollouts.
RaySat has developed a two-inch antenna that can capture Internet and TV programming in a car or other moving vehicle.
Private funding flows to a U.S. company developing an integrated circuit to power mobile television. Plus, heath-care technology companies receive a financial transfusion.
How the anti-war and countercultural movements in the late '60s and early '70s affected geekdom.
Level 5 Networks says it has a networking card that's much faster than an Ethernet connection -- and compatible with it.
The Independent World Television network, soft-launched Wednesday, hopes to upend the traditional models of news creation and consumption.
Terrestrial radio may soon face yet another challenge with user-created radio broadcasting from any car on the road.
The Supreme Court's MGM v. Grokster case could be resolved any day. While the defendants await the decision, others push ahead with P2P technologies.
The movement known as "collaborative citizen journalism" is gaining sharper focus. What kinds of partnerships will make it thrive -- and how will the mainstream media react?