Comcast's new program will offer discounted Internet access at $9.95/month to low-income families that meet a set of requirements
Rob Shoesmith wants something. Either he wants to be the first to own an iPhone 5 or he wants to be showered in attention and gifts.
Over the weekend, the Times debuted Beta620, a site where early versions of new products and features can be tested by the public
The Alive Web is something more than the static pages and events we're used to. The Alive Web is more interactive and immersive.
On the afternoon of Friday, August 5, 2011, not long after NASA wrapped its lengthy Space Shuttle program, it was on to the next project
The problem with Bitcoins is the same thing that enthusiasts love about Bitcoins: They leave no trace. There is no fundamental value.
Powered by YouTube, Google's homepage features a vintage television set and several iconic clips from Lucy's classic 1950s sitcom
Do you suffer from potato nose or duckbill nose? What you want, like the rest of us, of course, is the Greco-Roman Normal Form.
Apple is on track to sell its 100 billionth app in just under six years. It took McDonald's 46 years to sell that many patties in its stores.
Researchers at the Queens University Human Media Lab in Ontario have developed an e-ink prototype that responds to bend gestures
Astronomers knew that Saturn's atmosphere was home to gaseous water. But they had no idea where it was coming from. Until now.
To date, Bump has been installed more than 45 million times, making it the seventh most downloaded app of all time in the United States
Developed by Kawai, a Japan-based instrument maker, this iPhone application uses your smartphone's camera to scan sheet notes
To keep its audience happy, Android has pushed out new iterations of its popular operating system every few months since 2009
NASA is already working to test the capabilities of what will eventually become the agency's future Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle
The sharks were built by a legendary team overseen by mechanical effects supervisor Bob Mattey, who employed about 40 technicians
I always have several tabs open, oftentimes in several windows. What's really irritating is when one of those tabs starts making noise and I have to stop what I'm doing to click through them all, one by one, to find the offender. How can I get around this?
Ever since buying YouTube for $1.65 billion in 2006, Google has been struggling with how to monetize all of the video being uploaded
Make yourself seem a little more refined by hiding your iPhone inside of BookBook, a combined wallet and smartphone case
This photo of the Orion stack was taken inside of the Reverberant Acoustics Laboratory at Lockheed Martin's facility outside Denver