Three popular TV shows demonstrate how the Web can extend their reach to not only get in front of their fans, but provide a venue for participation and interaction.
Kids playing high-tech detective may get a whiff of asbestos potent enough to lead to cancer.
Behind the neon colors, a microscope in disguise
Secure 2 terabytes of incriminating crime-scene data on the fly.
New thumb-type device can be used by law enforcement, thieves or parents to snoop on the cell phone activities of anyone who leaves the phone unattended.
The hit show will be letting its fans enter Second Life through a new custom viewer from The Electric Sheep Company.
If you want wide distribution, use Apache, but if you want to keep a project like Trisano together, the GPL is probably your best bet.
In the latest stage in their content arms race, Netflix extends its agreement for classic and recent CBS shows, after Amazon Prime starts streaming "Under the Dome" episodes soon after they air.