Lawyer for MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom asks New Zealand court to release him on bail, saying he's innocent of piracy and money-laundering charges against him. Lawyers for the U.S. say DotCom is an "extreme" flight risk.
Analysts who think their analysis becomes more valuable the less they give away miss a crucial point: the most valuable analysis is the live application of knowledge, not the packaging of it.
The network needs MPEG-4 technology — a more efficient method for compressing digital TV signals than the MPEG-2 technology currently in use — to expand beyond its current two digital channels.
In particular, the general public doesn't get how RFID technology works within e-passports and credit cards, which could create unnecessary risk.
Cornell student writes a thoughtful essay on outsourcing.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Kent German digest the recent announcement of Samsung's Galaxy S4 smartphone. Hear why the phone's features won't be enough to lure iPhone users and how the Korean company appears to misunderstand the American audience.
When Zoe from New York and a nameless man from Kentucky get their Google wires tangled, what transpires is a painfully troubling tale of humans' ability to misunderstand and their refusal to let go of that misunderstanding.
Many people misunderstand the design genius of Apple. Sure, it's products look gorgeous. But Apple's great success with design is creating experiences that its customers crave.
Redmond continues to both underestimate and misunderstand open source--and enshrines its ignorance in a public document.
A down-on-its-luck home electronics company saw its stock go through the roof today. The only reason? Its stock ticker is almost the same as Twitter's.