Steve Ballmer is confirming which has been pretty obvious to everyone else: The Suface won't rule the world.
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Marissa Mayer is bringing the Google to Yahoo with a new, clean Yahoo homepage.
3D-printed gun host DEFCAD is pulling in some major traffic. The age of 3D printed guns is clearly here.
An enterprising pair of toy designers have managed to cram a 3D printer into a pen. And it's pretty amazing.
Canonical is serious about its "one OS, all devices" strategy.
The Kevin Bacons of the Internet are keeping the web tiny, according to Hungarian physicist Albert-László Barabási.
The Pirate Bay wants to sue a Finnish antipiracy site for copyright infringement. Ironic? Maybe a little.
Guest Post Startups are having a tough time finding the talent they need, and Congress is paying attention.
Opera is spending $155 million to help bring Skyfire's video-optimization software to network operators around the world.
With a proposed ban on online porn, Iceland wants to bring China-grade Internet filters to the West.
Refuting a negative New York Times review of the Model S, Tesla is showing why data is the car company's best friend.
As this video shows, the iOS 6.1 lockscreen can be bypassed via a frighteningly simple trick.
Zillow reported its fourth quater 2012 earnings today, crushing analyst estimates and perhaps silencing the critics who say its business model is baloney.
Editor's Pick Facebook's recruiters took to Reddit to respond to questions on what they look for in employees. A hint: Your crummy GPA isn't a deal-breaker.
On Deck's mission lend cash to small businesses has helped it raise a fresh $42 million.
Apple is making some minor changes to its Retina MacBook Pro line.
BlueStacks is launching its Android app player for Windows 8, giving Surface owners access to hundreds of thousands of Android apps.
For roughly $10,000, wealthy and self-aggrandizing egotists will get a luxury phone along with the latest version of Android. Happiness, however, is sold separately.
Google's Nexus 4 charing orb is a magical hint at the future of gadget charging -- but it also shows why wireless charging isn't ready for prime time.
Thanks to Canadian engineers, it won't be long until 3D-printed cars are a reality.