Jason Calacanis drew fire by offering to pay top Web users to populate his Netscape.com homepage. Was his plan evolution or revolution?
Apple's latest patent filing, a detailed outline of a new touch screen for mobile computing, could affect the entire industry.
The hacker ethic has guided, consciously and subconsciously, technology innovation. Not so much anymore.
A report released today calls for a systematic approach to risk research in nanotechnologies.
A movie download service previously tied only to computers will allow consumers to make their own DVDs.
It could lead to a major change in the ability of U.S. scientists to do stem cell research.
The company has made public a chip the size of a pencil tip, which it hopes will spark a revolution in mobile information.
Flash memory, in particular for mobile devices, is in high demand. Rapid production may outstrip chip compatibility.
A recent study found that free calling over the Internet, while financially enticing, is still a frustrating experience.
A beta version of the Web browser, for use by developers, has rekindled interest in the open-source browser.