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Charlie DeTar and Benjamin Mako Hill conceived of a blogging platform for prisoners in 2008 after America reached an infamous milestone: one out of 100 U.S. adults were in jail.
Companies establish prize targets to keep people coming back to and using their Websites.
Survey: 53 percent of women make purchases based on reviews read on blogs.
We examine how tech innovators are using the latest environmental science and green chemistry to reduce the harmful impact of human activity on the Earth.
Thanks to the growth of apps for iPods, tablets, smartphones and other devices, software engineering has been ranked as the hottest job in the United States, according to a new study.
We run down some of the latest and greatest green gadgets and computers.
New research attempts to figure out how to help computers better predict errors.
Paul Ceglia says he hired Mark Zuckerberg in 2003 to do coding and wound up providing seed money for what Zuckerberg than called 'the face book.'
Despite support from some politicians in Congress, Obama is likely to veto any attempts to disapprove the FCC's neutrality rules passed in December.
When News Corp acquired Myspace for $580 million, it was considered a good move, but now some believe Murdoch might sell Myspace at a bargain price.
Rival Namecheap.com donates $20,000 to Save the Elephants, $1 for each customer who transfers from GoDaddy.com to the rival web-hosting service.
Green data centers use more energy-efficient servers and, more importantly, design and technology to reduce energy demands for cooling and lighting.
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Video: Many attending Austin's SXSW festival use their tech savviness to help Japan.
How to manage your computer depends a lot on your work habits.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.