Don't let its enormous dork factor blind you to the real-world possibilities of Google's augmented-reality glasses.
Corporations have found a way to roll back the web's decades-long openness. One of of the most successful? Apple, whose quarterly earnings report lands later today.
For the tech industry, it's hard to know how to respond to a tragedy like the Boston Marathon bombings. Here are some suggestions from our readers.
Editor's Pick For IT managers in the enterprise, the mobile ecosystem's complexity presents real challenges. Here are some of their top concerns.
Readers have more control than ever over the content that they reader, with tools to reformat web pages, remove ads, and save them for later. How should publishers respond?
Google has taught us all a valuable lesson: Don't trust in web services too much. Everything changes, and what you're relying on today could be gone tomorrow.
The new Nasdaq-SharesPost private market will make it far easier for pre-IPO companies and their investors to turn shares into cash. But at what price?
Facebook's IPO managed to turn a rather hefty tax bill into a huge tax refund -- retroactively. How? By granting stock options to employees.
Why are there so many Pinterest clones and subscription-commerce sites? It's all thanks to a decade of engineering that has made it cheaper to start a company than ever before.
If you want to recruit more women to your conference -- or to the ranks of your company's employees -- there's a way to do it without lowering your standards.
IBM purchased high-flying software company Lotus for $3.5 billion in 1995. Its Lotus division still makes money, but it lags far behind the industry in innovation.
Coder and activist Aaron Swartz, who died last week, was one of a rare breed: Geeks who make a real difference in the world, without trying to profit from their talents.
Editor's Pick CES is a pain in the ass, but don't write it off completely. It's still an incredibly important trade show for the electronics industry, and this year it reveals some new startup opportunities.
If you don't like the way social networks try to own your data, but you're not willing to sign off completely, there is a third way. Here's how to regain control of your own stuff without giving up Twitter and Facebook.
Microsoft could give its mobile operating system a boost by subsidizing phones itself, rather than waiting for carriers to do that.
Vint Cerf, one of the cofounders of the Internet, is worried about an intergovernmental panel meeting this week that -- if his fears are confirmed -- might try to limit the net's "free and open" nature.
Our CloudBeat conference is happening this week, and if you want to learn about cloud technologies from people who are actually using them, this is the place you need to be.
For decades, "artificial intelligence" was a long-sought-after ideal in computing circles. Now it's finally starting to become real -- just not in the way anyone expected.
I want to love you, Windows Phone 8, but there's something coming between us. I'll give you a hint: It starts with A, and ends with T&T.
There's a right way and a wrong way to announce layoffs. Sadly, too many tech companies take an insensitive and shortsighted approach that shows just how out of touch they are with the rest of the world.