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.
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.
Outrage aside, Paul Graham sticks to the facts as he sees them: Startup founders with strong foreign accents are less likely to win VC funding.
Some couples are resorting to written agreements about what can be posted and where. Financial penalties for transgression are imposed.
Once the titan of the bitcoin world, Mt. Gox has fallen as quickly as the currency rose over the past year. Crave's Eric Mack is among those counting his losses, even if they don't add up to much.
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden says the NSA's controversial PRISM program extends to China and Hong Kong, according to an interview with a Hong Kong newspaper.