Selected films from the National Archives, newly digitized by Google, will delight history buffs. And this is just the start.
The recording industry doesn't want you to rip CDs you've purchased. Now the labels hope to codify that into law.
A second person was jailed after Yahoo provided the Chinese government with information. Now, we ask, what's next?
...at least for some people. A personal perspective on using Microsoft's Xbox 360.
The all-sports network will unveil its branded, Sanyo phone -- complete with real-time sports scores, video highlights, and fantasy team coverage.
AT&T, one of the companies that originally helped hold up the development of the Internet, is facing challenges from the EFF and Common Cause over two separate access issues.
Last week, TR predicted that Steven Soderbergh's film -- which debuted simultaneously in theaters and on Mark Cuban's HDNET cable channel -- would change Hollywood. Well…maybe not.
An international consortium of newspapers has launched a lobbying campaign against Google News, claiming the use of headlines and photos may violate copyright law.
With game companies increasingly using original music in scores, musicians are finding entirely new -- and untapped -- audiences.
The wireless company has filed a patent application for emoticons -- setting off a wave of dissatisfaction in online communities.