When Steve Jobs was diagnosed with cancer in 2004, he approached Walter Isaacson to write his biography. Isaacson said no, not knowing about the cancer. In 2009, however, he agreed and the book that was released last week is a best-seller.
The 630-page book from Walter Isaacon looks at Jobs life in its entirety, but certainly focuses on Jobs role in founding and then restoring Apple.
As Amazon pushes harder into the world of book publisher, and not just seller, it's making the big publishing companies nervous at the same time it reaches out to authors.
The organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is trying to use porn stars and pornography to campaign for animal rights.
Wives of deported immigrants detail their daily struggles with each other online – from enduring long separations to dealing with complicated legal processes.
Google brings its Street View project to the Amazon forest -- images of the river and communities will be turned into 360-degree panoramas.
How some websites -- like MSN and Hulu -- track your online activities by using 'supercookies,' which are nearly impossible to delete.
The legal implications of firings that occur when online behavior meets the work place.
'The Fate of the World' computer game puts players in charge of saving the planet from the ravages of climate change.
A German website asks users to rate their priests on criteria like performance in church, with youth, with the elderly and the quality of the service.