As the world moves online, open source is following it there, first in the applications we use, and now with the development tools we use to build those applications, either offline or online.
Watching the Russian Interior Ministry Police Choir sing Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" at the opening ceremony is an exalted experience. Sadly, NBC and music rights holders are steadily removing copies from YouTube.
After a Brazilian cat was caught by security guards smuggling a cell phone and charger into a prison, authorities in Northern Russia say they've intercepted a similar feline felon.
Ukrainian astronomers discover an asteroid, called 2013 TV135, with the power of 2,500 nuclear bombs. It's officially described as "potentially hazardous." You've been warned.
As part of a Russian campaign to make citizens healthier, riders who buy a ticket at Vystavochnaya station in western Moscow have the option of paying in squats.
AOL's Silverlight-powered Web mail beta has some new features, including the option to watch attached videos in full screen. Find out what's up with this upcoming product.
Maker of movie-playing set-top boxes is adding free video streams from the likes of CNN, MTV, PBS, and National Geographic.
Russia is the latest country to enact Web censorship-style laws. Sites deemed "illegal" under Russian law now face near-immediate blacklisting.
Russian officials say hackers spread false reports of an accident at a nuclear plant and then shut down the power plant Web sites.
The country's move to strengthen its "Internet blacklist" could lead to blockage of porn, drug-related, and "extremist" sites. Would it also threaten political protests?