Over the next year we'll see the hype around Enterprise 2.0 reach a fever pitch, and many will be lost in disillusionment when most of the panning fails to yield gold.
StudioNow has figured out a way to link people who own video with someone who knows how to edit it.
Donald and Jasmine tease the iPod Nano/Microsoft Zune Prizefight and discuss a variety of portable audio accouterments, including a pair of headphones, a portable iPhone-compatible speaker, and the best MP3 players for audiobooks.
Nokia has launched a range of Android-powered phones, Samsung has two new smart watches, and Sony's gone all waterproof on us.
A glasses-free 3D tablet has gone on sale from a US retailer, and it's shipping to the UK now.
The Web is a natural hunting ground for the scavenging surrealist. And artist Barbara Lattanzi salvages the Net's cultural detritus to strange effect with her "C-SPAN Karaoke."
It can be jarring to move from one mobile platform to another. Here are a few ways to ease the transition.
A designer disrupts the Lego world with a top-notch design for a "Jurassic Park" set, including the giant entrance gate, a T-Rex, and more. Now, he just needs votes to get Lego to take it seriously.
Mashup artists from around the world will be competing for a $5,000 first prize in Getty's Mishmash competition. Entrants will have legal access to some of the best photography, videos, and music from a rich selection of content archives.
Whether you're in the mood for mutts or smut, this desktop app serves up an endless loop of chance 6-second clips.