The Drinkable Book is a guide to safe drinking water -- and the pages can be torn out and used as water filters.
The battle against drunk driving gets a urine-analyzing system that identifies club patrons through RFID.
The bigger the poop you add to these public park bins in Mexico, the more Wi-Fi you get. Are chihuahuas up to the task?
With the social network's huge IPO getting nearer, this is the sort of news that Mark Zuckerberg doesn't need to hear just now.
The OS X boot arguments are useful for troubleshooting problems with system startup and how the system behaves when running.
Avast, ye scurvy dogs! For a little more than the price of one, ye can get all five chapters of this superb reboot of the classic adventure game. Arrr.
Winners of the annual digital-media awards are limited to five words for their acceptance speeches. Here are the ones worth reading.
Reaction to the death of ad exec Paul Tilley runs the gamut, from those who blame bloggers to others who exonerate them, with a broader conversation on the ethics of online commentary.
The flame mails are getting worse all the time and snarky takedowns are becoming routine. But are we really in danger of crossing a new red line?
In a new series that will be featured each Wednesday here on The Digital Home, I will be interviewing industry experts and icons to talk about how they made their rise to the top and what The Digital Home means to them.