Mark Stadnyk Challenges a Sweeping Revision in Patent Law
Mark Stadnyk is suing the United States government, aiming to head off a patent law that he says will hurt lone inventors like himself.
E-mail after work hours? That's overtime, says law
A new Brazilian law says that workers who are forced to answer e-mails out of their work hours qualify for overtime. Read this blog post by
Weighty Matters: McDonald's Helping Kids Get Their "5 A Day" With Fruit ...
Dr. Yoni Freedhoff"s obesity medicine take on health, weight loss and life in general
What Is a Virtual Network? It's Not What You Think It Is | Wired Enterpr...
Steve Herrod envisions a world where we create entire data centers using nothing but software. His dream isn't unexpected. Steve Herrod is t
2001: A Space Odyssey Scene in LEGO as iPhone Dock | GeekDad | Wired.com
As someone mentioned on Twitter, this is a trifecta of geek awesomeness. And it puts the iPhone in its proper place as an alien technology p
Former Navy SEAL Powers the Battlefield With Hybrid Generators | Danger ...
Special-ops vet Doug Moorehead is developing a cheap solar-diesel generator to save fuel—and lives—on the battlefield.
In Protest, Democrats Zero In On Men's Reproductive Health : NPR
Lawmakers in at least six states — all women and all Democrats — have proposed bills or amendments in the last few weeks that aim to regulat
How SOPA's 'circumvention' ban could put a target on Tor
Hollywood-backed Stop Online Piracy Act goes farther than earlier versions and targets software that can 'bypass' or 'circumvent' anti-pirac
We're watching: malls track shopper's cell phone signals to gather marke...
Using technology from Path Intelligence, major malls and retailers are gathering "survey data" on shoppers' movements by using their cell ph