On Friday, Reporters' Roundtable welcomes two experts to discuss the differences between human brains and their silicon simulations.
Facebook meets with student activists in Europe regarding concerns over how it handles users' personal information.
A 7-inch iPad was considered and, according to the sender of an Apple employee's email, Steve Jobs was "very receptive" to the idea.
The Wall Street Journal reports that AT&T is talking to Deutsche Telekom about forming a joint venture in case AT&T's $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile is rejected by regulators.
While Facebook was on the public stock market for the first time, we gathered a panel of experts to discuss the merits of the stock and the company overall.
The Wall Street Journal reports that some Apple directors have talked to recruiters about a succession plan to current CEO Steve Jobs, who has been on medical leave since January.
Movie studio executives, TV makers, and 3D conversion technology specialists talk about the future of 3D in the home and theater at an executive forum in New York.
In an interview with All Things Digital, Steve Jobs and other Apple executives talk about what information the iPhone is and isn't collecting and the lessons they've learned.
This story initially overstated the ranking of "MythBusters" on Discovery Channel. "MythBusters" is one of the highest-rated shows on the network.
45 Minutes on IM: To help celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Discovery Channel, the hit show has put together a special episode of favorite experiments.