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Lots of free movies and TV shows hit the Web

A lot of services charge for movies and TV, but why bother paying?

By February 10, 2016


Lost Explorers: The unrealized vision of Google Glass

When Google unveiled its smart and controversial eyewear three years ago, some early tech adopters tried to do their part by eagerly pushing for Glass acceptance. The world pushed back.

By May 26, 2015


Web Exclusive: The 404 post-show with The Sleep Doctor

Bonus web exclusive continuing our talk with The Sleep Doctor, Dr. Michael Breus. We take more questions from the chatroom in this rare extended 404 post-show!

By June 2, 2010


Dr Pepper crashes Guns N' Roses' album party

A promotion related to the band's newly released album crashes the drink maker's Web site--and the band is ready to pop over a giveaway it wasn't involved with.

By December 2, 2008


Neuroscience for kids, on the Web

Back-to-school is upon us. Dr. Amy Tiemann begins a series on high-quality educational resources for kids by recommending the site "Neuroscience for Kids."

By August 18, 2007


Could battery recall spread to Apple?

blog Report on industry Web site says Apple Computer may be the next computer maker to initiate a battery recall.

By August 24, 2006


Judge grants DOJ just part of Google data sought

just in Judge denies request for search queries of Google users, but orders company to provide sample of 50,000 Web addresses.

By March 17, 2006


Sun, Google ink multiyear deal

blog In a widely expected deal, the companies say they will partner to promote Sun's Java and Google's Web-based tools.

By October 4, 2005


Short Take: Dr. Spock's teachings to debut online

Drspock.com, a new Web site based on the child care philosophies of Dr. Benjamin Spock, will launch later this month. Headed by Ted Shelton, a former executive at online address directory WhoWhere, the company aims to become an online destination for parenting and child care. Drspock.com has hired Dan Goldman, former CTO of iVillage, and George Strait, former ABC News correspondent, to its staff.

By January 20, 2000


ICANN focuses on security

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the body that sets standards for the Web's address system, on Monday named Dr. Stephen Crocker as chairman of a newly formed Standing Committee on Security and Stability. Crocker helped develop protocols for ARPAnet, a precursor to the current Internet, and organized the forerunner of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), a key Net standards body. The announcement comes as ICANN continues to be challenged by outspoken critics of its policies. ICANN has been engaged in a heated battle with Web address administrators in Europe, which say the group must guarantee the stability of servers that link domains.

February 11, 2002