Second Life didn't work as a virtual world for business meetings, but this might.
Canonical veteran Jane Silber took over from founder Mark Shuttleworth on March 1. She has more of an operations focus, but the same patient approach to profitability.
BackChatter is a project developed especially for the Game Developers Conference, using Twitter as the basis of what it calls a "massively multiplayer GDC game."
Today's show title is a little deceptive, and we should be clear that Alison Rosen's mother does not make an appearance on this episode, but Alison's all we need anyway because she's the future of television!
Foursquare's closed social network is getting a little more open with third-party tool Meet Gatsby. It helps you find other people to be friends with based on location and similar interests.
For one student at the elite institution, learning from thought leaders in a series of exponentially growing technologies will likely lead to a rich future helping to change the world.
The presence of the climate change clarion and former vice president on Apple's board sets the tone for debate over the company's environmental strategy.
10-year-old Brennan LaBrie, in town to cover the Games as a Time magazine "kid reporter," is already a veteran journalist.
The struggling company is reportedly planning to hold a meeting Thursday to reassure staff that everything is fine. Here are five questions someone should ask.
This week, Donald and Jasmine discuss Zune Marketplace disappearing acts along with potentially revealing Zune HD price drops, impressive headphones for less than $50, and the latest Mac-friendly version of RealPlayer SP (now with video transcoding). Also