The legendary engineer behind the first Apple computer now wants to combine wireless technology with GPS to help ordinary folks track loved ones, pets, and more.
Finally, character recognition software that can reliably scan paper documents-and let you get rid of them.
The king of search is tapping into what may be the largest grid of computers on the planet. And it remains extraordinarily secretive about its core technologies-perhaps because it senses a potential competitor in dotcom era flameout Akamai.
Michael Moritz shares insights-from Yahoo!, PayPal, and now Google-about how the Web really works.
A new bandwidth-conserving technique transmits different parts of a digital image separately, at different resolutions.
Pick a virtual body and hang out in a massive simulated world: it may be the future of online interaction.
Coming soon: an in-dash computer that can accept wireless downloads of songs from your home or office.
Council on Competitiveness head Deborah Wince-Smith on the impact of high-tech "offshoring."
New social-networking startups aim to mine digital connections to help people find jobs and close deals.
Data mining is a start, but it misses the critical pieces of information that are transmitted by word of mouth. Social networking systems can foster collaboration.