The software's "autosummarize" feature churns out astonishingly apt -- and lyrical -- summaries of long texts
A look at the patriotic programming behind the homepage of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
There's a lot of pointless alarmism about the release of the user data, but it's really not that big a deal
The U.K. website shows how governments can accessibly offer up troves of previously obscure and hard-to-find data
In some ways, it's easier than ever to build crappy software. But don't worry, that's a good thing.
The tweeting history of the now-deceased 104-year-old shows how little the microblogging format affected her voice
Mapping out six years' worth of fatalities in Afghanistan using the military data released this week by WikiLeaks
The task of deciphering the trove of classified data will fall to the public, and they've already begun transcribing this morning's press conference
A consultant explains what it's like working with data at the Geographic South Pole
A recent profile depicts the company as ruthlessly forcing publishers to make concessions, yet the online retailer still had a disappointing quarter
As location-aware devices grow in number, researchers say digital photos and videos reveal a trove of information on users' whereabouts
A prominent venture capitalist says there's money to be made from "premium privacy," but would users actually go for it?
The microblogging service explains how a new data center in Utah and BitTorrent will help it quickly deal with its problems
Race and class may still play a role in what sites we visit and services we use, undermining utopian depictions of the Web