Months after her infamous South by Southwest interview with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the tech journalist faces another geek conference audience.
Tech reporter Sarah Lacy, who recently quit TechCrunch, launches PandoDaily with $2.5 million in investments to focus on dispatching news about startups.
University of Washington software project is aimed at, among others, Iraq war veterans who have returned with injuries preventing them from using computers.
A prototype of what could be the first Asus smart phone on the market to run Windows Phone 7 has been captured in a video.
A project being run out of the University of Washington is aimed at providing a method for locating stolen computers that offers privacy.
Company has announced plans to open up its source code for developers and users who want to host a social-bookmarking page on their own site.
How to meet people: AirTroductions, FlirtingInTraffic, Hitchsters, Noonhat, PairUp, and PicnicMob.
At Gnomedex, CEO Ben Huh discusses how the hit LOLCats site came to be and how the company has grown into a blogging empire.
A new service from Vivox will make it possible for any Facebook user to have a voice conversation with anyone else on the social network.
The gadget blog throws its first birthday party at Red Sky and just about every tech reporter in the city shows up.