Home Depot posts a tweet featuring a picture of three drummers -- two African-American men and a man in a gorilla costume -- with the question: "Which drummer is not like the others?"
The next-generation Internet technology is catching on among ISPs and their customers, but efforts to squeeze more life out of IPv4 persist, a survey finds.
CNET's Larry Magid talks with App.net founder Dalton Caldwell about his ambitious project to create an ad-free, open platform for the sort of third-party social apps Twitter once allowed but now discourages.
A technology to improve the fundamental HTTP Web technology wins some endorsements from Facebook, Akamai, Alibaba, and F5. But about that encryption requirement...
The Net giant, ever eager for a faster Internet, debuts its Google Public DNS service. With it, Google could become even more central to the Net.
The next-generation Internet plumbing is catching on. That's good news for help carriers, Internet service providers, and companies backing the idea of The Internet of Things.
Big Blue's new version of its high-end supercomputer, the Power 575, needs a cool drink of water to operate at peak performance.
Rebuilt software plumbing in Android should give new power to camera apps -- once Google makes the interface available to other programmers besides its own.
Croatian artist Robert Matysiak has come up with some wonderfully whimsical "Robolamps" made from plumbing supplies and colored lightbulbs.