Samsung used to have a bad rep for copying Apple, but the Galaxy S3 changed all that. We take a look at one of the best mobiles ever made.
Facebook, and the entire tech industry, continue to innovate, mostly via new twists on existing technologies and features, combined with luck and perseverance.
The inventor of the light bulb and phonograph was named the greatest innovator of all time among 52 percent of the young people polled, surpassing the late Apple leader at 24 percent.
Sony's CFO says though it's "a little behind," the company would like to be competitive with the iPad. Why weren't they thinking of this before?
Department of Energy launches a program for companies to take advantage of the 15,000 patents owned by the national laboratories. Licensing will cost a mere $1,000 a pop.
The TechAmerica Innovator Awards celebrate the innovators of technology for their contribution to our industry and society.
OtherInBox CEO Joshua Baer proposes a standard that would let e-mail messages carry with them the date of their own deaths.
In a New York Times op-ed piece, former Tablet PC team member Dick Brass laments that people are turning to Apple, Amazon, and Google to find the next big thing.
In Google's renewable-energy initiative, there are new ideas, and some reruns. Is the eSolar investment more of a VC deal than a way to push the frontiers of science?
Guest correspondent Dorian Benkoil reports from the Powerpoint-meets-VC event in New York.