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.
The inventor of the Web is launching a new university program that aims to improve the online experience.
Researchers have designed an automated system to identify characters in television shows, paving the way for better video search.
Podcaster Jennifer Chu reports on the future of online applications from the Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT.
Move over, Rand McNally: Google Earth is becoming the standard tool for organizing geographical information.
The popular photo-sharing website Flickr has made it easy to place pictures on a map--potentially changing Web search, travel, and local news.
Companies are finding ways to stream high-definition TV signals over the Web. Could the technology make low-quality video at sites like YouTube a distant memory?