In a brief interview slipped onto YouTube, the actor who must know a thing or two about the covert world offers that Edward Snowden seems "conscientious" and that we should all decide whether to give up our civil liberties.
Matt Smith's tenure is up as the eleventh Doctor, but he'll be back for a Christmas special and 50th anniversary spectacular.
Before "The Simpsons," a younger Matt Groening took some work drawing posters and brochures for Apple's Macs. Here, a couple we haven't seen before.
A comic book store puts a unique soda machine into service, serving up cold carbonated cans of cola from the inside of a Tardis.
At the Demo conference, Aurasma shows off new interactive augmented reality technology, 3D-I At the Demo conference, Aurasma shows off new interactive augmented reality technology, 3D-I
Lenovo, which, as a result of buying IBM's PC group is a pioneer in notebook PCs, is at CES with some innovative new products including a unique notebook PC with two screens, a desktop PC with a remote that dubs as a phone, and a new Netbook.
You know Matt Berry for his comic turns in The IT Crowd, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace and The Mighty Boosh. His new project is an iPhone app for... lovemaking?
One of the most prominent faces of the social-news site is leaving for a stealthy start-up that might be Silicon Valley's best-kept secret.
The Open Road catches up with Matt Heitzenroder of SugarCRM.
Nearly everything about WordPress and its related apps is open source. Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg explains to Webware Editor Rafe Needleman why his anti-spam app is not open source. Mullenweg also shares thoughts about making money in the blogosphere.