Nokia is looking beyond handheld devices to services that will make mobile phones, PCs, and the Internet more compatible.
New ways to gauge an individual’s response to environmental toxins will help scientists understand susceptibility to disease.
Talk on the Internet of a “Google PC” has proved false, so far. We look at how the rumors got started – and whether they may contain a shred of truth.
We’re all used to context-sensitive, custom-delivered ads on our search result pages. Now that kind of targeting could come to radio.
Web surfing has been, from its beginning, an open digital road. However, Congress may soon build roadblocks to some content.
With all its sign-ons, the Internet has changed the way we represent ourselves. IBM’s Bob Blakley ponders the implications.
Its new desktop search application would make your personal files available for government searches without your knowledge.