Tor--a networking scheme that hides users' online activities--is going mobile.
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A low-cost, multifunctional reading device could take the market by storm.
The benefits of unplugging from the cloud.
A device called Somniloquy processes network traffic autonomously, allowing a computer's CPU, hard disk, and display to be powered down.
Software that tracks electricity prices could slash energy costs for big online businesses.
The next-generation architecture of Google's Web search service is bigger, faster, and, according to some, shows more real-time results.
A major denial-of-service attack silenced the Twitterverse.
Some very interesting ideas are being showcased this week at SIGGRAPH 2009.
After months of awkward courtship, Microsoft and Yahoo have finally agreed on an Internet-search partnership.
The long-awaited netbook might be the kiss of death for the Kindle.