Move over Wikipedia, Encyclopedia Britannica has come to Bing. In a new partnership, the search engine will be linking to query results from one of the world's most trusted encyclopedias.
Encyclopaedia Britannica has ended an era with the closure of its paper books - and started a new one with the launch of an app.
Billboard looks to streaming services to find popular songs, Walmart offers a new way to watch the DVDs you own, and Encyclopedia Britannica drops its print edition after 244 venerable years.
After 244 years of printing volumes of books, the venerable encyclopedia publisher shifts toward computer-only access.
Regardless of the rival definitions for a blue moon, Tuesday's full moon should be spectacular.
Almost everyone will miss almost everything discussed on social media. Here's what was hot last week, including widely shared topics such as Goldman Sachs, Mike Daisey and Pinterest.
Happy pi day! To celebrate, we're spending the entirety of today's 60-minute podcast episode reciting pi to the 10,000,000th digit.
Apple's next-generation iPad goes on sale, while Yahoo goes on the patent offensive against Facebook. Also: the homeless hot spot controversy at South by Southwest.
Sure, there's a new iPad to discuss, a mind-controlled skateboard to tell stories about, lawsuits against Apple over Siri, and the thing where Ray Kurzweil doesn't think there's intelligent life in the universe. But Sharon Vaknin is on the show today, so as soon as Pinterest comes up, that's all we can talk about! PIN ALL THE THINGS! Plus, some news, I swear.
We discover Churchill's secret Second World War bunker with underground explorers Subterranea Britannica in this video.