Devices like the Ozmo2000 will turn everything with a Wi-Fi radio into a direct channel for wireless communication.
A new analysis by Microsoft researcher Danah Boyd argues that Facebook's success is due in part to "white flight" from MySpace.
Given the universal applicability of steganographic principles, next time the FBI might not be so lucky.
Infrared imagery in online maps lets homeowners see their energy efficiency.
Google's gambit pays off as China renews its license--but its Hong Kong site could still be blocked.
Flattr, brought to you by the hackers behind the Pirate Bay, is paying real dividends for sites in its private beta.
A developing standard for exchanging social information is being tested by Microsoft, Google, and Facebook.
A Google staff engineer outlines a few of the Web application's next steps.
More than half the data the site currently stores was added in the last year.
An iPhone app helps people inform rescuers of wildlife affected by the Gulf oil spill.