Western Union is offering you the opportunity to compose and send your own singing telegram, via the web. Rather than sending employees out with the telegrams, senders can do a duet with a famous singer using a basic template. The telgram is then delivered via email.
As Florida voters head to the polls today, they're probably thankful that, if nothing else, the political calls they've been getting will likely come to an end. But if you're not so fortunate, you can register your displeasure with a robocall of your own.
At Eye on Earth, scientists are collaborating to share data about environmental conditions, but they want help from the community to help broaden their base of information and hopefully improve the world.
A day of online and even a few in-person protests Wednesday had supporters in Congress of the Stop Online Piracy Act and the PROTECT IP Act moving quickly to reverse themselves. But protest organizers say there's still more work to do.
Kodak, the company that for many years was synonymous with print photography, has struggled to make the transition to a digital world. Now, the company has filed for bankruptcy in an effort to restructure.
While the protesters are getting the greatest publicity today, there is a large group of American companies and individuals who support the proposed SOPA and PIPA bills to reduce online piracy.
The debate over SOPA and PIPA rages on, with Wikipedia, Reddit and others choosing to blackout their sites today. Meanwhile, Congress is poised to vote on the two bills in the next month.
As American grapple with SOPA and PIPA, and Wikipedia and Reddit use a blackout to educate their users about their views on the legislation, Spain is also trying to get a handle on online piracy. The new conservative government has vowed to swiftly enact a bill artists say they need, but critics say is worthless — and dangerous.
The U.S. Post Office unveiled a set of proposals Monday that would see the delivery time for most First Class Mail rise from one to two days to two to three days in an effort to reduce the quasi-governmental agency's ballooning deficits.
Ward Cunningham created the wiki to help a group document what it knew and what it didn't know. The technology that now powers massive websites, perhaps the best known of which is Wikipedia, could have netted Cunningham millions of dollars most likely, but he released it for free.