A promising advance seems to have been made by Japanese researchers.
Distributors can no longer use one method to deliver media. It's a cross-platform world, and the bandwagon is getting crowded.
Consumers want multimedia capabilities on their phones. And companies want them to have it.
Some of the offerings to come next spring with the Leopard operating system.
The cofounder of the largest online encyclopedia says it's time to focus on the quality of the site's entries, instead of the number of entries.
A seven-day festival in San Jose will highlight -- and demonstrate -- the most innovative ideas for digitizing life in cities.
Researchers at the recent graphics conference in Boston showcased a device that could aid the visually impaired by converting visual into tactile information.
A few additional comments on my TR article.
Tiny, fluid lenses could react to various stimuli.
Niche and local markets have long existed -- yet Chris Anderson argues they are new, and revolutionizing the digital economy.