Watch "A Lovely Sunny Day" to see why actor Zachary Levi and "Sesame Street's" Bert think the best tweets come from birds outside.
With Box heading toward an IPO, the normally gregarious CEO can't say much about anything. But when it comes to the topic of government surveillance and what that might mean for the future of the Internet, he offers a few tidbits.
Apple hires former Levis executive Enrique Atienza to help it run its retail operations in the US, according to a new report.
Company is being sued for millions of dollars for selling blank CDs, cassette tapes, memory cards, and MP3 players to Austrian customers who might have used them to record copyrighted music.
Levi Strauss blue jeans go green with a new collection of clothes made with recycled plastic.
At its San Francisco headquarters, the company offers up a green alternative to live trees--100 percent recycled cardboard trees, entirely produced and manufactured with solar energy. Also: Salvation Army attempts to break the bell-ringing record.
The Wired author talks with CNET's Molly Wood about Google's corporate culture, its database of all your information, and those gigantic piles of money.
A number of reports say the European Commission will levy a large fine on Intel this week.
Our good friend Dan Levy from OntheDLPodcast joins us to talk about Blogs With Balls, refurbished MacBooks, Wikipedia hoaxes, and hostile bloggers.
Large-scale SAP deployments seem to be trouble in 2008