Linn's iconic LP-12 turntable is celebrating its 40th anniversary; the Audiophiliac ponders the meaning of it all.
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden says the NSA's controversial PRISM program extends to China and Hong Kong, according to an interview with a Hong Kong newspaper.
The wire service's feed has been taken offline and AP corporate says tweets "reporting" a bombing are bogus.
While Mark Zuckerberg fights to get relaxed immigration reform, his company is one of quite a few that are hiring high schoolers with tech skills.
A PhD student from Britain's Imperial College has launched a video game that was co-written by an (AI) machine named Angelina.
The Audiophiliac visits Denver's Rocky Mountain Audio Fest and discovers a treasure trove of affordable goodies.
The VC's junior partner sued her employer in May, alleging she endured five years of retaliation for rebuffing sexual advances from senior partners.
Apple has taken its sweet time with LTE on the iPhone. Apple says it has good reasons.
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo also says he still expects the company's deal to acquire spectrum from the cable providers to close this summer.
Sadly, the Science Guy's first attempt to impress the judges on the ABC series "Dancing With The Stars" elicited the criticism that his dancing was painful, but lovely when it was over.