The interactive TV service began life in the mid-'90s as WebTV, one of the first set-top box services to offer Internet access via television sets.
Steve Perlman believes his company's pCell technology will revolutionize the wireless industry, eliminating congestion, dead zones, and unreliable connections.
Bill Atkinson, Andy Hertzfeld, Steve Capps, and Larry Kenyon share their thoughts about developing the core software for the original Macintosh, which is about to mark its 30th anniversary.
Microsoft's latest version of Windows, 8.1, arrives today. CNET takes a look at what came before it, and what's still ahead.
Hours from now, Asteroid 2012 DA14 will make history when it becomes the biggest object ever witnessed getting this close to the Earth.
Two years into the television project, Google execs say the oft-criticized product is progressing rapidly. An update today brings voice search and new PrimeTime guide.
As its founder steps down, an investor and a top manager are taking over the struggling company.
A Forrester analyst puts out the idea that Apple needs to offer something less like a TV to make a splash. But that only tells part of the story.
For more than a decade, the tech industry has collectively forgotten time and time again the differences between how people interact with the devices in their living room and how they interact with their PCs. It took seeing that difference to make tablets happen.
OnLive founder Steve Perlman talks about what's new with his online gaming service and looks back to his other contributions, including WebTV and the Android operating system.