Some of the industry's biggest players, from venture capitalist Marc Andreessen to Nokia's Stephen Elop to Google's Eric Schmidt, got together to talk shop. Here's what they said.
Shaq's shooting never really improved. Take a look at this graph plotting his free throw shooting against his age. He was all over.
Silk Road is an underground website, accessible only through the Tor network, that appears to do a brisk trade in illicit substances
The General Service Administration's auction to sell Ted Kaczynski's personal effects closes tomorrow with some items topping $15,000
A key energy storage technology for the future, which allows for frequency regulation without wasting extra fuel, takes a big step
An Intel anthropologist argues that people are worried their technologies will reveal they are "dreadful dorks"
The World Health Organization says that your phone could possible be carcinogenic, but there's only one report you need to read
The Electronic Communications Privacy Act, passing in 1986, provides some measure of protection, but it still has gaping loopholes
The study of oral culture helps us understand the dynamics at play in social media, but no one knows what the move to skywriting means
The bizarre case of a woman who used to buy 60 pounds of hamburger, the traditional Memorial Day food, every single day
On the power of Gil Scott-Heron's poem about the space race and how it anchored the flight to the heavens, pulling it out of the abstract
Is it appropriate to make fun of people who take The Onion as truth?
World leaders gathered to talk about the implications of the Internet for society
As the Shuttle era winds down, astronauts are still walking in space high above the Earth
A lawsuit filed in California state court alleges Google's new payment service is actually PayPal's
While the Kindle app is the clear winner, many people use several different book readers on their iPads
Paying for stuff with your phone doesn't seem any better than using a card or cash
A unique government effort is trying to understand how we use words
Fast and easy, Weibo's Instant Photo groups are connecting singles in China