Since 1976, Star Wars has been synonymous with the blockbuster. Can Disney pull off the same feat after acquiring Lucasfilm?
Is literature conforming to the rules of digital media?
Technology that was unfathomable two decades ago is now available with Google Glass, but consumers may pay more than sticker price.
Justin Timberlake is a successful musician, actor, and SNL host. Can he add website mogul to the list?
Twitter isn’t just for tweeting anymore.
The mouse and keyboard may go extinct if Leap Motion delivers a more natural way for people to interact with computers.
The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is taking a step into the future with a different kind of guided tour.
An e-card for your birthday, a gift card for graduation, an email to congratulate you on the new baby. When did milestones and major life events become just another subject of a mass text?
Should artists give up on long careers in the age of 15-minute fame?
Does the gatekeeper, Amazon, dictate what e-books you read and how you read them? Three brick-and-mortars claim they do in their suit against Amazon.
Loose lips sink ships but misinformed tweets spread hate. What happens when news sources repeat misinformation?