Don't mess with Texas. Or anyplace else the Internet reaches. Dallas-based DeepNines Technologies is working to secure corporate networks with edge-of-the-network software.
Far from inhibiting the imagination, Augmented Reality is allowing researchers to create story characters that can interact with readers.
Few believe the FCC will begin policing cable and satellite, but some see the decency battle as a way to force cable companies to offer a la carte pricing and broader channel options.
In an exclusive conversation with TechnologyReview.com, Linspire's Michael Robertson discusses his new music service for Linux users, and the home entertainment hub that goes with it.
The TechnologyReview.com unveils a new section -- The Week in Review.
As another Firefox engineer heads to Google, a look at how a Google browser would shake up the Internet.
Microsoft and Google are staring each other down in the search wars, but Yahoo's plan to get local and mobile will change how Americans think about getting information.
Keeping it free and open
The CEO of India's eBay auction site was granted bail after a controversial arrest yesterday stemming from an incident in which pictures of two high school students engaged in oral sex were brokered through the portal.