The governing body that controls web domain names is preparing for what it calls a land rush. Soon, you might be seeing not just .com and .net but .eco, .flowers, .god, .gay, and dot just about anything else you can think of.
After a series of Toyota recalls, NASA -- that's right, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- is expected to publish its analysis of the so-called "runaway Toyotas" today. David Gura has more.
The acquisition of NBC Universal by Comcast will formally take place later this month after the deal was approved by the FCC and the Justice Department. But that approval came with a host of provisions, rules that the new company must obey. Those new rules are going to have an effect on how people use the Internet and what they watch on television.
When Defense Secretary Robert Gates presented the Pentagon budget earlier this month, it contained more spending than ever before for UAVs: unmanned aerial vehicles. These are planes without any humans inside, operated by humans on the ground. What are we investing in and how is the rest of the world responding with planes of their own?
When Verizon announced this week that it was soon going to offer the iPhone on its network, it was a big deal. Especially for Marketplace's Tech Report host John Moe, who will be freed from his AT&T contract next week. He contemplates the options.