Dell's recent recall of batteries has sparked renewed interest in power sources for modern technology.
Anderson's Long Tail is a revolutionary new economy or nothing new--depending on which chapter you read.
The search giant believes its free Wi-Fi service will help it build business applications and better understand users.
For some of the people who leave comments at Digg, it's shoot first, ask questions later.
The B-movie starring Samuel Jackson opens Friday. It may owe its success on the big screen to Web 2.0.
Microsoft senior researcher Gordon Bell is digitizing his life -- archiving photographs, videos, and e-mails on his PC.
Privacy takes a hit. But statisticians are having a field day.
The Redmond software giant did the unthinkable this week: opening its prized game console to developers.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts will unveil a new hotel in 2008; however, the company decided to create a virtual version first.
A promising advance seems to have been made by Japanese researchers.