Eric Schmidt is out at Google. Larry Page is in. I miss Eric already.
Analysis: People can easily waste an entire afternoon struggling with online distractions. The problem keeps getting worse. Here's what to do.
Cell phone jammers are illegal in the U.S. Even federal prisons aren't allowed to block cell phone calls made by convicted felons with smuggled phones.
Search the Internet for a time machine and you may end up with an empty wallet and painful injuries, if the movie Napoleon Dynamite is accurate.
When I turn off my bedroom light at night, the room is still lit up like the bridge of the Starship Enterprise.
Analysis: Those LED lights are more than annoying; evidence indicates they might be downright dangerous.
The Internet was built to not shut down; the events in Egypt show that it may not be possible anyway.
Imagine sitting down at a public PC, surfing the Web, visiting Facebook, checking your online bank account and buying something on Amazon.com -- all without entering passwords or credit card information.
That shiny new Android phone you just bought? Yeah, it's a piece of trash. No, I'm not some Google-hating Apple fanboy. The iPhone 4 is junk, too.
Analysis: They poisoned e-mail, then they ruined search, and next spammers will taint your social networks.
Google last week acquired Phonetic Arts, which specializes in technology that transforms a recorded voice into a computer-generated voice.
Silicon Valley nourishes and funds intellectual property. The book publishing industry can learn a lot from that model.