Google now lets you filter sites by "reading level."
You don't have to memorize hundreds of passwords to ensure hackers won't compromise your online identity.
"Facebook killers" are a dime a dozen, but one that relies on email for its internal plumbing might just work.
DD0S attacks have been getting easier, and the Wikileaks situation shows what that can mean.
The Web-reliant Cr-48 starts up in an instant, and comes with "free" 3G. But Google's online app store needs work.
A laptop running just a Web browser might sound a bit limited. But Google is betting you'll want one.
The electronic bookstore offers titles in open formats, via the cloud.
An algorithm delivers 90 percent of e-mails in real time even though a device is only on half the time.
Behavior and history-sniffing websites know what you copy, click, and rollover, and even which of their competitors you're visiting.
Images from inside the Bahnhof data center show a world of Cold War-era security repurposed for the cyberwarfare of the 21st century.