But who is? You might be surprised.
At LeWeb in Paris, 18-year-old Nick D'Aloisio, who joined Yahoo when it acquired his company, talks about the entrepreneurial spirit.
The new MacBook Air has Wi-Fi issues -- so say owners in Apple's support community. This wouldn't be the first time that a new Apple product had Wi-Fi hiccups.
LevelUp skipped dog-and-pony-show antics for a far more practical strategy that is drumming up dollars instead of buzz at South by Southwest.
The Wall Street Journal, citing the chief executive of Barnes & Noble's retail group, reports the company will be closing about 20 stores a year for the next 10 years as it grapples with consumers' move to digital books.
Tiny subatomic particles are challenging Einstein's decades-old conclusion that nothing can travel faster than light. Next up: intense scrutiny of the finding.
Duke Nukem Forever, scheduled to launch on May 3, has been delayed until June. It's another in a long line of holdups for the title.
The AP thought it was dropping a huge bomb Wednesday when it reported that Facebook's valuation was $3.7 billion last summer. But The New York Times noted this nearly eight months ago.
The TomTom Go Live sat-nav is whupping ass in our Greatest Gadget tournament. It's already crushed the MacBook Pro and is set to destroy the iMac too. Can anything stop this rabid underdog?
With more 3D movies coming to theaters, some might be wondering if the 3D glasses they're putting on are really clean. Well, Good Housekeeping has the answer, and it won't make "Avatar" filmgoers too happy.