How a college dropout made a killing as the world’s leading (and only) manager of Internet memes
Publishers and producers are studying audiences’ online metrics and giving the people what they want—for better or worse
Steampunk’s devotion to the mechanical used to seem eccentric; today, it could be the key to customizing your smartphone
A social networking site for scientists is helping the Internet fulfill its original mission
Pretty soon, even your trousers will have their own Twitter account
As we try to wrap our heads around Google Glass, a new generation of wearable computers is on the way. Will digital pills prove too much to swallow?
How Alan Alda, neighborhood bars and mime fit into an ongoing campaign to get scientists to tell it like it is
How the iPhone ushered in the end of the once-beloved button
An internet entrepreneur is trying to change the way we think about our disposable gadgets, one repaired smartphone at a time
How last week’s pasta is on track to become the next big thing in environmental sustainability
Computer history gets a reboot
Software remedies for tax season headaches
A new generation of citizen scientists is taking discovery out of the ivory tower and onto the street
A new generation of supercomputers is allowing us to process information in ways that were once unimaginable—and which remain unpredictable
Silicon Valley’s swashbuckling pioneers have given way to legions of tinkerers. One lifetime tech fanatic issues a call for a return to grand ambition.
Twitter revolutionized the way we communicate by allowing users to determine what it should be. But now that it’s decided to be something new—highly profitable—will twitter lose the very thing that made it special?
How the epic legal battle between Apple and Samsumg helped unravel the Steve Jobs myth
Contrary to popular belief, Microsoft’s latest operating system might just help usher in a new computer age
How TV networks are using sports programming to stave off extinction
With smartphone data usage skyrocketing, we’re fast approaching the limits of what cellular networks can handle. One writer offers his (unpopular but nevertheless sensible) solution to the coming crunch.