The tug-of-war between the Department of Justice and Google has made us aware of the traces we leave on the Internet. But there are ways to cover one's tracks.
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 its "Don't be evil" motto, the search giant strives to be the choirboy of corporate America. The problem: good and evil are in the eye of the beholder.
Jeff Jonas is an IBM engineer who specializes in software that infuses powerful search technology with anonymity.
Scientists worry that federal budget cuts will kill promising disease research.
The lumbering giant of software R&D, Microsoft, has announced the formation of Live Labs, meant to bring new, Web-based services to market faster.
New genetic tests can help doctors select the best medication for each patient.
The release of Bubble simultaneously in movie theaters and on cable television may change the way entertainment is served up.
With game companies increasingly using original music in scores, musicians are finding entirely new -- and untapped -- audiences.