Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks during his keynote address at the 15th annual RSA Conference in San Jose, Calif.
Forget the airborne jalopy in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." This start-up, with a strong dose of MIT smarts, means business.
Sun President and COO Jonathan Schwartz: "The most popular products in world will be free--whether they are open source is more of sideshow." More from OSBC.
Eleanor Kruszewski of Yahoo Developer Network leads the session on monetization and business models.
Carmaker will begin selling its Fit subcompact in the U.S. this spring and may create a low-cost hybrid version of it.
photos Private companies are gearing up to take you into orbit. First, though, you have to survive the centrifuge.
Strange burst discovered this month by NASA occured 440 million light-years away near Aries constellation.
Achievement You can do anything you set your mind to when you have vision, determination, and an endless supply of expendable labor.© Despair, Inc.
Two pedestals with new products still under wraps.
Jobs and Co. release a Mac Mini with Intel inside, along with an iPod boom box.
Inspired by spirals found in nature, inventor believes the form could lead to breakthroughs in many fields.
AMD this week served Skype with a subpoena demanding documents related to its deal to make one feature in Skype 2.0 available exclusively to Intel users.
At DomeFest the audience sees presentations of digital art created specifically for planetarium domes.
Sun Labs develops a system that includes three Java-programmable wireless devices.