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.
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.
Laptops like the HP Folio 13 shouldn't be called business laptops: it's confusing and unnecessary. Call them great laptops, period.
The next version of the Digital Negative converter will be the last for PowerPC Macs. Does this have implications for Lightroom?
A researcher at Microsoft is progressively transferring the information from his brain into computers, so as to preserve its wisdom.
The Net pioneer had already idled the site for sharing and combining online videos, but now it's closing it June 15.
Coffins claiming to keep bodies "fresh" are reportedly getting snapped up in Serbia. You'll note this post does not contain the pun "frozen stiff."
Episode 24 of the Digital City, where we discuss new high-tech traffic cams in Chicago, the results of a major hacking competition, and new problems for the PlayStation 3.