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With the stroke of a pen, Microsoft’s InkSeine lets tablet users search the Web without typing a single letter.
The company expands its Google Earth software by adding stitched-together NASA photos of space.
For the public and journalists, a data-visualization website tells a vivid bridge story.
A recent study says that people feel more comfortable lying through their avatar's teeth.
Are Linden dollars real money?
Fashion trends in online games tap into a common obsession with identity.
Struggling to survive in the age of cable and satellite set-top DVRs, TiVo expands its service to Web video.
Social news aggregator Digg.com was able to spotlight Donald Rumsfeld's resignation faster than machine-operated Google News.
Google's new tool, which lets anyone build a specialized search engine, could be the key to advancing Web search.