Late last week, I had an opportunity for some seat time in a Chevy Volt hot off the production line. You can criticize its price as much as you want, but it only takes a few miles to realize that this car is special.
Chicago (IL) - The iPhone is all about one big Apple smile: Until now, positive news have outweighed occasional negative headlines by far.
Redmond (WA) - If we didn't know that Bill Gates will dedicate much of his future time to his charity, we would say that he could be enjoying his retirement from Microsoft as a part time actor, showcasing the talent he acted in
Redmond (WA) - There is no denying that the initial news about Windows 7, Vista's successor, weren't especially great for Microsoft.
Anyone who has played a first person shooter is familiar with sci-fi suits that provide a gamer's character super-human abilities in one way or another. At least as far as light body armor is concerned, such suits could become reality soon...
The iPhone 3G was sold out at every location we checked in the Chicago area this afternoon, but just in case you were in line and did not get an iPhone - or if you decided not to stand in line at all, there is an interesting option.
Chicago (IL) - Former Linspire CEO Kevin Carmony has posted information about a yet announced sale of Linux distributor Linspire to rival Xandros.
Accor, which owns more than 800 Motel 6/Studio 6 locations across the nation said it has begun offering Wi-Fi access to its guests earlier this year.
San Francisco (CA) - It appears that graphics cards have finally found a non-gaming marketing focus: Video.
If we are looking back to the original iMac and its strong focus on Internet services, then it is clear that Apple isn't entirely new to the software-as-a-service (SAAS) arena and has made some experiences with online services tied to its products in the past.
New York (NY) - Pioneer has announced two new Blu-ray players supporting BD-Live (now called Bonus View) and the HDMI 1.
Vtech, is (to our knowledge) the first company to offer a cordless non-Wi-Fi phone that allows its users to connect to Microsoft's and AOL's instant messaging services.
When you are listening to PC manufacturers and analysts, there is a certain pessimism in the air that the market is becoming increasingly vulnerable and may not be able to sustain its growth.
Remember Iridium? Yes, that is (virtually) the same company that Motorola struggled to keep alive during the dotcom boom and eventually ended up in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company has been on a steady curve of recovery since then with apparently improving financials and a subscriber base that approaches 250,000 users.
Researchers from Princeton University are describing a new and apparently very effective security attack that will allow hackers to access encrypted data on your PC. Technologies such Microsoft's BitLocker, Apple's FileVault and Linux's dm-crypt have no defense against this new attack.
Redmond (WA) - Microsoft today announced a $44.6 billion bid to acquire struggling web portal Yahoo. Microsoft’s offer is based on a share price of $31, which represents a 62% premium over the company’s market capitalization of $25.6 billion on January
El Segundo (CA) - Nokia has expanded its already comfortable lead in the cellphone market in 2007 and just barely missed to hit a 40% market share in the fourth quarter, iSuppli reports. Despite ongoing rumors of market saturation in key geographies of
Chicago (IL) - Germany may turn out to be the worst market for Apple’s iPhone so far: German website Spiegel Online reports that T-Mobile sold only 70,000 phones within 11 weeks of the phone’s launch. A discrepancy between Apple’s claims of 3.7 million
In a paper published in the December 16 issue of Nature Nanotechnology, Stanford researcher describes a new idea that could dramatically improve battery life in portable devices. Using silicon nanowires, battery life could jump by a factor of ten, incr
AMD may leave the list of the world’s ten largest chip manufacturers as quickly as it had become part of it:
Seven companies have joined to found the RFID Consortium, an organization that plans to license key patents of ultra-high frequency radio frequency identification (UHF RFID) technologies.