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Design guru and computer scientist John Maeda believes there's a way to bridge a historical gap and infuse computer engineering with a more refined set of aesthetics.
Not only did the hacker get a hold of Julian Fellowes' season 4 finale, he also breached the accounts of Leonardo DiCaprio, Tina Brown, George W. Bush, Robert Redford, and dozens more.
After digging inside the Aspen Time Tube, archaeologists find the treasure they were looking for: the mouse Steve Jobs used before the time capsule was buried in 1983.
Speaking at the Techonomy conference, the One Laptop Per Child founder says that kids getting laptops are teaching themselves--and then their parents--to read.
Automotive News reports on how the lobbying group SAFE, Securing America's Future Energy, is pushing government policy to encourage the electrification of cars.
Google's focus on the second day of its annual developer conference was all about its Chrome browser, Web app store, and operating system for computers.
45 Minutes on IM: New head of famous tech and innovation center talks to CNET about why he's a good fit, what it will be like to merge his network with that of the lab, and why he's passionate about diving.
Designers of Web tech need to consider not just cool new features they can enable but also the impact that information sharing has on all of humanity, says Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee at MIT.
Google and Hewlett-Packard are just two of the companies represented at the inaugural Techonomy conference, focused on the economic power of innovation.
Nicholas Negroponte is hunting for CEO who can help manage One Laptop Per Child organization "more like Microsoft."