It's easy to name the missed opportunities—but what does the company still have?
A special issue of Technology Review highlighted key security technologies.
A Groupon deal might boost sales but, it can also lower a merchant's reputation as measured by Yelp ratings, say computer scientists who have analyzed the link between daily deals and online reviews.
Could text-based adventure games be transformed into a genuine art form by their introduction to an appropriate platform?
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
Iridium, the satellite phone company, is branching out. With the company's new device, now you can even check e-mail on your smartphone from the remotest corners of the globe.
TV makers wise up and join forces to nip app fragmentation in the bud.
On-the-ground reporting of the Arab Spring revolutions will foster a more nuanced discussion of how digital tools matter, and how they don't.
JStor, which has been criticized by advocates of "open access" to scientific knowledge, will begin letting the public read old articles for free.
The new NASA probes are set to launch and will create the most advanced lunar gravity map.