New software checks open-source programs for possible licensing conflicts and copyright infringement problems.
The Internet's head administrator, Paul Twomey, on controlling the core functionality of the Web.
An online phone service shows that Internet telephony's time may finally have come.
Ecological engineering could help the electronics industry make more recycling-friendly equipment.
Grid computing isn't just for scientists and engineers anymore: IBM has harnessed the grid to online game play.
Packed with environmental sensors, an Internet-linked robot patrols the forest canopy.
Q&A: O'Reilly programmer and technology maven Rael Dornfest looks beyond Web services and social networking.
Millions of Japanese schoolgirls can't be wrong: there's always a market for instant gratification.
Stanford University computer scientist David L. Dill on the security of electronic voting.