We profile some of the most innovative ideas of the Social Web.
Web 2.0--the dream of the user-built, user-centered, user-run Internet--has delivered on just about every promise except profit. Will its most prominent example, social networking, ever make any money?
A pioneer of quantum computing asks: Has a Canadian startup really demonstrated a prototype for a working, commercially viable quantum computer?
The director of the new Massachusetts-based Microsoft Research lab wants to use mathematics to design better search engines, recommendation systems, and online auctions.
The philanthropic effort dubbed the $100 Laptop has not met its grand initial goals. But its first deployment, in Peru, may turn skeptics into believers.
New federal biofuel standards passed last year will distort the development of innovative technologies.
Does Google want to free your phone--or does it want to own it?
One Laptop per Child's president for software and content explains why the program's strategy has changed.
The market for electronic readers like Amazon's will be limited.
Does Radiohead's Internet release of its latest album tell us anything about the future of the music business?