The secrets to making and selling consumer electronics are spilling -- on purpose -- and that's helping hardware startups succeed.
Apple CEO Tim Cook expected to testify next week at a hearing on the various tax-reduction strategies used by companies.
Despite January's widespread protests against the Stop Online Piracy Act, the White House is asking Congress to enact a new copyright law "to address offshore infringement."
Startup Makani Power clears its first hurdles in building a radically different wind turbine that flies like a kite and captures high-altitude winds.
According to a report, WikiLeaks investors are working to acquire a boat to house the controversial site's servers and keep Julian Assange safe from prosecution.
Siemens' 6-megawatt turbine uses permanent magnet for direct-drive generator and lightweight materials to ease operation in harsh ocean environment. And how about that 500-foot sweep?
Bloomberg reports that federal tax authorities are bringing increased scrutiny to a Google audit, looking at the way the Web giant transferred assets acquired in its YouTube, Postini, and DoubleClick acquisitions.
The hacker group says layoffs at Zynga will lead to the "end of the US game market as we know it" as jobs get shipped overseas, and it vows to take action.
A just-published Times report on pay and conditions at Apple Stores has at least one news outlet wondering if recent Apple activity around salary increases was meant as a kind of preemptive strike.
Deep offshore wind farms could produce 10-cent-per-kilowatt energy in 10 years, but may be considered ports and vessels subject to U.S. maritime and cabotage laws, report says.