Tofino, a Mozilla project to try new browser ideas, is based on Google browser technology instead of Firefox -- for now.
A peculiar bit of case law could help Tesla in a federal fight to maintain the way its cars are sold.
Sony finally acknowledges that the world didn't embrace its rival to the videocassette, years after that format faded from the market, too.
Technically Incorrect: Citing an extreme example, an Oxford University professor says the biggest fear is that robots will be smarter than us, and by misinterpreting our commands, might have very different definitions of happiness.
Movie prop maker Tim Baker and his team create a tribute to "Star Wars" with a Han Solo in carbonite coffin, which doubles as furniture.
Widely used technologies take a long time to fade. Adobe's move this week to rename Flash Professional is only one nail in its coffin.
Technically Incorrect: A Chinese theme park places riders in a coffin and sends them into a chamber filled with hot air machines, so that they can feel what the end might be like.
YouTube, which boasts one billion unique monthly users, is now exploring paid subscription models. CNET's Sumi Das looks at the arguments for and against charging YouTube viewers for content they've grown accustomed to watching for free.
Microsoft is set to smash another nail in the already well-sealed coffin of Windows RT by allowing Windows Phone to support screens up to 10 inches across.
Laptops like the HP Folio 13 shouldn't be called business laptops: it's confusing and unnecessary. Call them great laptops, period.