Nov 3, 2011 6:22PM ET
Had he not passed away in 1975, photographer Walker Evans would have been 108 on Thursday.
Nov 3, 2011 5:31PM ET
Harvard's most famous dropout is heading back to campus for his first ever "official visit," and so far, he's keeping his distance from The Crimson.
Nov 3, 2011 2:50PM ET
Anonymous's chain-smoking collaborator Barrett Brown insists that the previously cancelled Operation Cartel is most definitely a "Go!" And the whole danger of getting people killed? That's old hat for the hacktivists.
Nov 3, 2011 12:26PM ET
In the December issue, Vanity Fair profiles Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, Mark Zuckerberg's fun-to-make-fun-of archnemeses, in an attempt to answer a simple question: Why don't they ever give up?
Nov 3, 2011 11:09AM ET
As Groupon's gearing up for it's long-awaited initial public offering on Friday, Business Insider editor Henry Blodget explains why Goldman Sachs is promoting the notion that it's "oversubscribed."
Nov 3, 2011 9:44AM ET
Worried that Google Reader will fall "victim to fashion," Kevin Fox is willing to drop everything in order to save the product he designed, and his friends want him to fix Gmail while he's at it.
Nov 2, 2011 6:20PM ET
On November 7, Facebook's founder will make his first official visit to his alma mater since he dropped out in 2004, and my-oh-my has he grown.
Nov 2, 2011 1:45PM ET
Believe it or not, the outrage over the new Google Reader design is leaking out of the Sharebro circles and becoming rather deafening.
Nov 2, 2011 12:09PM ET
The organizers at Occupy Wall Street are struggling with a pretty ironic money problem: they have too much of it and there are plenty of people looking to cash in, including cybersquatters.
Nov 2, 2011 10:02AM ET
There's (a little) good news and there's (a lot of) bad news in AOL's third quarter earnings report out Tuesday, leaving some to wonder if Tim Armstrong's big turnaround is still stalled.
Nov 1, 2011 7:38PM ET
The red-eyed humanoid robots in the Terminator movies don't look half as scary as PETMAN, the headfree machines that can run on treadmills now being built for the U.S. Army.
Nov 1, 2011 5:23PM ET
Plenty of people are comparing Occupy Wall Street to the Arab Spring and there's now even a catchy name: the American Autumn.
Nov 1, 2011 4:23PM ET
A new study from Harvard, New York University and Berkeley researchers finds that "many parents knowingly allow their children to lie about their age--in fact, often help them to do so--in order to gain access to age-restricted sites in violation of those sites' terms of service."
Nov 1, 2011 1:53PM ET
After half a decade of declines, the newspaper of record saw a boost in home-delivery subscriptions for the print version of the Sunday Times — a 0.2 percent boost, that is.
Nov 1, 2011 12:24PM ET
After ten days of hemming and hawing, Google is ready to address — but not apologize to — those users upset by the death of Reader's social features.
Nov 1, 2011 9:53AM ET
As usual, everyone seems impressed by the journalistic prowess on display during the premiere Brian Williams's weekly newsmagazine on NBC, Rock Center, but the comedic coda to the hour-long show, however, might need to a rethink.
Oct 31, 2011 5:42PM ET
As previously announced, Google is rolling out a sleek new design and pulling the plug on Reader's social features at the end of the day on Monday.
Oct 31, 2011 4:57PM ET
It hasn't stopped raining on the Newsweek-Daily Beast comeback parade, and a new Adweek report suggests the dark clouds might take years to lift.
Oct 31, 2011 3:19PM ET
If last weekend's snowstorm downed 1,000 trees in Central Park and left 3 million without power, you can easily imagine that the protesters at Occupy Wall Street are little worse for the wear.
Oct 31, 2011 10:57AM ET
One code-savvy, soon-to-be-former Google Reader user would rather create a new site for the RSS-feeds than switch to Google+.
Oct 31, 2011 10:26AM ET
If you haven't read Mona Simpson's eulogy for her brother Steve yet, you should do it now, but have some tissues handy.
Oct 28, 2011 5:26PM ET
Each Friday we're taking a tally of the companies getting heard on social media, what they're saying and why it matters.
Oct 28, 2011 12:48PM ET
The people who make shows for NPR stations, dinged by the perception that they're a bunch of kneejerk liberals, are proving themselves to be very, very touchy about how their employees participate with Occupy Wall Street.
Oct 28, 2011 10:08AM ET
The tech blogs are abuzz with news that Samsung is now selling more smartphones than Apple, in a big win for the Korean company's press team.
Oct 27, 2011 7:37PM ET
Following two months of rampant plagiarism charges from around the world, President Viktor F. Yanukovich just published the English translation of his first book.
Oct 27, 2011 7:18PM ET
Steve Jobs was characteristically coy when he told biographer Walter Isaacson why he felt no need to have a license plate on his Mercedes.
Oct 27, 2011 6:27PM ET
Sean Parker, the partyboy genius worth an estimated $2.1 billion, wants everyone to back off him about being the 1 percent--he "was broke and couch surfing just a few years ago!"
Oct 27, 2011 3:56PM ET
James O'Keefe's lastest undercover investigation has blown the lid off the rampant liberalism at New York University: journalism professors Clay Shirky and Jay Rosen have been outed as opinionated men.
Oct 27, 2011 1:33PM ET
Stunning stop motion animation and pretty embroidered book covers make Spike Jonze's latest project look both gorgeous and gruesome.
Oct 27, 2011 1:31PM ET
As the name for a protest, the word "Occupy" works okay when you put it in front of "Wall Street," but as it becomes a worldwide political movement, it's pretty iffy.