David Brooks of The New York Times has been so wrong about the big story of our times--Iraq--that I'd expect nothing less when he declares for the new geek insurgency.
The Linux programmer's attorney argues his nerdy client is socially inept, strange, and paranoid--but not a murderer. Will the jury buy it?
CNET News.com leaves the virtual water cooler and hits the streets of San Francisco to get responses to Apple CEO Steve Jobs' keynote and iPhone 3G announcements.
Need to throw down Ubuntu vs. Windows? Get your groove on and avoid using these in bad neighborhoods.
A goofy marketing gimmick plants Geek Squad "agents" in select cities' theaters near screenings for Sex and the City, designed to help male patrons escape the chick flick.
My son's growth is now part of the Googleplex.
That's right. We're ecoconcious. Get Eco-geeky with us.
In a week that saw EMI hire a former file sharer, the labels help launch a service that encourages people to share music, and Apple become the country's largest retailer, the only thing that can be said is technology reigns supreme in the music industry.
Tumblr founder David Karp is really good at making pretty Web sites, but we bet you didn't know he can sing, too.
Dallas Mavericks owner bounced bloggers from his team's locker room. Cuban is being shortsighted.