The next version of the open-source operating system should be a "little radical," says Ubuntu's founder.
Sony challenges high school students to design, build, and launch a rocket using its laptops. The big blast is scheduled for Thursday.
Turn your lost or stolen cell phone into an alarm, retrieve your data, and disable the phone remotely with Maverick Security Mobile.
HDNet founder says Hollywood unlikely to allow Netflix to offer films on the cheap when the cable companies are willing to pay billions for the privilege.
Was it a glitch or a mischievous prankster who pulled the fire alarm during the South by Southwest Interactive Festival? Or maybe a sign that it's happy hour?
Larry Ellison, fresh off his company's digestion of Sun Microsystems, has his sights set on another iconic yet underperforming Bay Area organization: the Golden State Warriors.
Federal court says the SEC didn't prove that new media entrepreneur Mark Cuban promised not to trade based on information he was given.
Open source works for software, but it may also work for venture funding. The Mavericks owner tries to convince start-ups to post their business plan on his blog.
An interesting, if not bizarre, Twitter exchange between Shaquille O'Neal and Mark Cuban has led to speculation that Shaquille O'Neal wants to be traded to Dallas.
Long known for his loud and often correct views about NBA refs, Cuban decides he can take their calls no more--he Twitters his complaints after a game.