In plays, poems, songs, and novels, clouds stand in for everything from bad philosophy to the many incarnations of a soul
By harnessing the vast wealth of publicly available cloud-based data, researchers are taking facial recognition technology to unprecedented levels
The third and final week of our Tech202 report looks at the cloud -- our storage locker on the Internet
"Unless you've been living under a rock, you're in the cloud," explains JESS3's quick tour of the applications and services that make up the "cloud"
Eerie long-exposure photographs reveal the invisible wifi networks that permeate our urban environments, making the cloud available everywhere
The social geolocation service Foursquare created this colorful data visualization of a week's worth of check-ins around the world.
A segment from the 1992 documentary series The Machine that Changed the World looks at the early social web and its implications
A program from the MIT Media Lab empowers users to transform the cellphones, iPads, and laptops that usually isolate us into a collective viewing experience anywhere.
We kick off our special report with a look at the cell phone industry, which is remaking our lives at home, in the office, or out on the town
The avian projectiles aren't just taking out pigs, but costing employers perhaps $1.5 billion a year
RealBeat is a mobile app for iPhone that lets you record sounds in your evironment and mix them to create music. Designed by independent developer Joerg Piringer, the app lets you record, cut, loop, and sequence sounds.