New Web-based services don’t just store your data online – they keep it synchronized across your laptop, desktop, and mobile phone.
Attorney Dan Ravicher is campaigning against overly broad software patents and the companies that use them to threaten or eliminate the competition.
Citing concerns over child pornography, the U.S. Attorney General is pushing Congress for new ISP legislation.
Dell’s recent recall of batteries has sparked renewed interest in power sources for modern technology.
Call centers might be able to teach “chat bots” a thing or two about passing the Turing Test.
When CBS announced it would air a documentary about 9/11, affiliates balked. The reason: profanity used by firefighters.
New diagnostic tests can predict which patients are most likely to benefit from chemotherapy.
The Pentagon is committing $51 million to creating a tool for acoustic cauterization.
Bioethicist Paul Wolpe explores the implications of wiring computers to the human brain.