Hoping to expand services among U.S. cell phone subscribers, wireless operators are pushing bite-size videoclips and live television programming for the handheld medium.
Yahoo tries to upend Google with a new 'social' search engine that allows people to tag websites -- like leaving posty notes.
Editor Wade Roush, uber-blogger and all-round alpha-geek, launches his own TR blog, which covers tidbits on technology and culture from the San Francisco bureau of Technology Review.
John Maeda leads techno-artists who are pushing the boundaries between computer programming and design.
Right Hemisphere wants to make it easier for non-engineers to understand technical matters.
Encryption products that use the principles of quantum mechanics are becoming more accessible to companies and government agencies.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) and the governor of Illinois have come out swinging against 'violent' video games. And, once again, retailers, developers, and even some lawmakers are fighting back.
The world's largest gamemaker, Electronic Arts, is struggling with troubling financials and greater competition. So it's looking for new ways to use game technology.
Level 5 Networks says it has a networking card that's much faster than an Ethernet connection -- and compatible with it.
Researchers are making progress in using a natural material to repair damaged body parts.