A massive hydraulic arm wowed the crowd at a Google I/O party Wednesday night. But the poor robotic appendage really needs a good caption. Can you lend us a hand, readers?
CNET offers its first impressions on the iPhone OS 3.0, which offers multimedia messaging and cut and paste.
Owner of a small Louisiana ISP says he can't afford to be "HBO's free" copyright cop. Big media should compensate ISPs for tracking down suspected file sharers.
The Smoking Gun, an online news site, posts report from New York City policeman who said he was knocked down by bicyclist after warning the rider to stop riding recklessly. That's not what the scene looks like on YouTube.
Why "your stupid face" works to get you to install malware, why eBay just flat out isn't for small sellers anymore, and why you shouldn't trust your IT guy...or at least not one in three of them.
No matter how many times the content owners wish it worked, DRM has a fundamental technical flaw: you have to give the key to the person you're trying to lock out! Microsoft gets this, even if the RIAA doesn't.
Glaskowsky summarizes Greg Aharonian's Siggraph 2007 presentation on the patentability of movies and other creative works.