Everything you need to know about today's Apple announcements.
The Korean electronics giant will show off its newest smartphone as well as a new Gear smartwatch and other items at an event in Barcelona, Spain, at 8 p.m. local time.
The Brooklyn-based 3D printer-maker remains the promising poster child of the industry. At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Makerbot will set the tone for the quickly-changing landscape for 2014, and CNET will be there live.
Apple's cumbersome approval and development process may be turning open-source developers to Google Android, which could prove to be a big loss for Apple and its customers.
Jon S. von Tetzchner isn't happy with the choices made by the browser company he helped found. He's working to undo one of them by launching the Vivaldi community site.
Matt Mullenweg swaps roles with current Automattic CEO Toni Schneider. It may be because Mullenweg's now 30, and he thinks twenty-somethings shouldn't run companies.
IBM isn't releasing its social software under an open-source license, but open source plays a big role in IBM's internal laboratory for creating and testing software.
The software company has created an open-source blogging platform in a very open-source fashion.
Oxite is aimed at developers and not intended to compete with popular blogging software such as WordPress or Movable Type.
Melody is a new open-source version of the Movable Type platform that will bring faster development time and features that will hopefully make their way back into Six Apart's enterprise blogging service.