The new book by Wired's editor in chief has caught the fancy of the business world. But does it impress the digerati?
A California court found that an AT&T government wiretapping trial could move forward, but a similar Chicago lawsuit was dismissed.
A robot that likes to live in a CT machine.
New sequencing technologies allow scientists to unravel the DNA of our ancient human cousins.
Researchers are working on new ways to interface with computers and other e-devices, including this "floating" mouse.
Jason Calacanis drew fire by offering to pay top Web users to populate his Netscape.com homepage. Was his plan evolution or revolution?
Apple's latest patent filing, a detailed outline of a new touch screen for mobile computing, could affect the entire industry.
The hacker ethic has guided, consciously and subconsciously, technology innovation. Not so much anymore.
A report released today calls for a systematic approach to risk research in nanotechnologies.
A movie download service previously tied only to computers will allow consumers to make their own DVDs.