The Supreme Court looks at file sharing, the FCC looks at ISP regulation, and the FEC looks at blogs. What could possibly go wrong? And a brief look at Pope John Paul II's legacy with technology.
This BBC article discusses an alternate interface called "audio clouds" being developed by the University of Glasgow, which allows users to control gadgets using sound and small gestures.
Ten years on, Technology Review's first article about the Web is a painfully amusing read -- and reminds us how much has changed.
Charles H. Ferguson spoke in January, and our readers responded. With their prodding and his foray into the open source world, Ferguson updates his Google cover story.
With various grade schools now simultaneously mandating (Free registration or bugmenot required) and banning students carrying iPod's, it's clear we're a long way from understanding the role of portable media in youth school culture. Most schools in favor of banning...
Looking for April Fool's jokes on the Net? Stop reading now if you don't want them ruined for you. The Washington Post has a rundown of those they'd found as of this morning. The most prominent is probably the Google...
Hundreds of Sun employees write weblogs about their work. Does all this chatter add up to better business?
It will be if XM Radio Chairman Gary Parsons has his way. But it's a long way to the top if they want to get mobile with their rock and roll.
At a time of despair, the 1930s world's fairs glorified technology as the way of the future.