Scrapbooking social network Pinterest is becoming an unexpectedly useful new tool in political campaigns, with the First Lady being the most recent political spouse to join the site.
Neal Stephenson's sword-fighting Kickstarter project Clang is off to a strong start with $190,000 in funding within two days, paving the way for a new generation of medieval action games.
After a rocky PR year in 2011, Netflix may finally get some positive attention for its new Open Connect content delivery system, which may improve streaming service.
The British Supreme Court rejected WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's appeal against extradition to Sweden on Wednesday.
Principal photography has wrapped on the new Star Trek sequel, expected out in May 2013, and bits and pieces of intel are starting to come out on the as-yet unnamed follow-up to the 2009 blockbuster. Here are some of the tantalizing bits we know so far about…
Google's new Knowledge Graph promises to help make your searches more relevant.
Investors demonstrate their confidence in the DIY movement as popular online marketplace Etsy.com looks to expand.
After a quarter-century of delays, Lucasfilm Ltd. has pulled its bid for the location for its Grady Ranch facility. But it's not going quietly.
With demand for higher education greater than it's ever been, could a new business model be a solution to a growing problem? One Silicon Valley CEO thinks so, and hopes to prove it with the Minerva Project.
The wildly popular productivity app Evernote demonstrates a commitment to its developer community with a new redesign.
Six years ago, Twitter started giving users 140 characters to share their thoughts with the world, and started changing the course of it.