Scientific research and entrepreneurship in clean energy is alive and well at the ARPA-E Summit.
Forget a Moore's Law for energy tech, says Bill Gates. Moving the energy system away from fossil fuels takes decades of work and multiple scientific breakthroughs.
DOE chief says research will reshape energy's future, enabling grids that run on renewable energy and creating batteries and vehicles that are both more efficient and powerful.
Even as the company redirects efforts to HTML5 and narrows Flash's scope, Adobe is also promising investments in Flash for 5 to 10 years.
Keeping the startup world on fire, Andreessen Horowitz, backer of such names as Zynga, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Groupon, just closed a $1.5 billion fund.
Social information is spreading across the Web, and Google search can't ignore its value. But are Facebook and Twitter selling, and will Google pay?
The Netscape co-founder and venture capitalist is more optimistic than ever about the possibilities for software to transform the world.
When Google, Amazon.com, Facebook, and eBay turn their Web sites black to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act, you'll know they've become serious. It may actually happen. Plus: four other 2012 predictions.
CNET reporters go out on limb and offer their predictions about what to expect next year in the sundry segments of the tech world.
StatCounter says Chrome 15 is the single most popular browser version in the world, overtaking Internet Explorer 8.