In a world first, a double amputee has been fitted with two prosthetic limbs -- which he can control simultaneously just by thinking.
HP digitizes five decades of Paul McCartney music, photos, and video and uploads it to cloud servers. For the time being, it's a private collection.
Researchers claim to have cracked the quantum cryptography equipment used to cloak highly sensitive communications by banks and defense agencies.
The Firefox backer wants to modernize and simplify the Mozilla Public License and sets an ambitious November deadline.
The software giant is going to be shipping MPL code with its MVC platform. This is progress.
Cyclists will be able to use Google Maps to plot directions around 150 U.S. cities when bike directions go live on Google later on Tuesday.
Online explorers can see several historic British sites. But newly relocated to the U.K., Stephen Shankland would prefer more ordinary Street View coverage.
The Apache license just got its first big validation as a critical business tool for start-ups, not just software behemoths.
Open-source community may be its own worst enemy as it could potentially scare away would-be contributors by criticizing efforts from Adobe, Microsoft, and others.
Redmond may be losing market share to Mozilla in browsers, but its open-source license is gaining ground fast against Mozilla for some very good reasons.