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.
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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.
Scientists are studying a hormone, ghrelin, which seems to play a role in hunger and weight gain.
While the Linux-based $100 laptop project continues to gain traction, Microsoft unveiled a mobile PC prototype.
The country-rock musician removed his music from MySpace, citing concerns over the End-User License Agreement (EULA) and Rupert Murdoch's financial stake.
Mobile broadband, Web services, and user-created content were the trends on tap at the third annual AlwaysOn technology summit at Stanford.