Stanford University researchers aren't just dreaming of a new Internet: they're building it.
Dedicated electronic frames are gaining in power and coming down in price.
Yahoo Pipes lets people make highly customized feeds that combine information from multiple sources and weed out the junk.
At search engine ChaCha, live humans guide visitors to the information they need. But will users slow down enough for real conversations?
How Notre Dame put my SSN on the Internet.
Legislation and industry concessions won't guarantee equal access to the Internet.
In the living room of the near future, your TV, PC, and Internet will be as one.
Today's primitive prototypes show that a more intelligent Internet is still a long way off.
A new blogging platform, Vox, lets authors focus on the content instead of fiddling with the code.
Thousands of online images from Flickr have already been tagged accurately by a new software program.