Netflix, Pinterest and other websites went down Friday night thanks to a big Amazon outage. Can Amazon really handle the cloud?
The scale of the fires burning in the Western United States this summer can be hard to fathom. But the view from space reveals the true extent of the devastation. Satellites have captured some sobering images of the fire, smoke and burn scars scattered…
This Saturday, we mourn the passing of Minitel, the thirty-year-old service that brought France online well before the rise of the world wide web.
Google’s daily brainteaser helps hone your search skills.
At this point, there’s little doubt who is likely to win Mexico’s presidential election on Sunday. That would be Enrique Pe?a Nieto, who polls show leading with double-digits over his rival candidates. He’s also calling for a (subtle) shift in the figh…
This week on the Gadget Lab Show, the gang takes a look at the spoils of this year’s Google I/O conference: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Nexus 7 tablet, and the Nexus Q.
Flickr’s geotagging tools get a shot in the arm with some better looking, more detailed maps to help you pinpoint exactly where you were when you pressed the shutter on that masterpiece.
While the history books will likely remember the final announcement of the Higgs discovery at the LHC most clearly, the road to discovering this strange particle has been a long one, paved by many. Who deserves the glory?
This week, Apple said it was planning to shell out another $1 billion to build a state-of-the art data center in Reno, Nevada. Building data centers is becoming the new sport of internet kings, something that giants like Amazon and Google and Microsoft…
Wired’s Steven Levy interviews Google’s Babak Parviz and Steve Lee, the principle brains behind Project Glass. Read on for exclusive details on how the wearable computing glasses work, and what’s in store for Google ambitious technology.