Apple has refreshed its iMac lineup with 21.5 and 27-inch widescreen displays. The
new iMac line - starting at $1,200 - features a wide range of Intel
processors, including the Core 2 Duo, Core i5 and i7 quad-core.
An electronic reader called the Nook is set to be introduced by Barnes & Noble today.
Just a week's internet training can boost brain function in middle-aged and older adults, according to UCLA scientists.
AMD has rolled out several Athlon II processors which are "fully
optimized" for Windows 7. According to AMD spokesperson Brent Barry,
the most recent additions to the Athlon II family will allow
manufacturers to design a wide range of "sleek" desktop platforms,
including all-in-one and small form factor PCs.
A NASA scientist has sought to dispel hysterical rumors that claim an
imaginary traveling planet known as Nibiru will destroy the Earth in
Opinion: If you've ever attended a venture capitalist conference you will hear the truism: Is it a feature or a product? That is, does the start-up company being considered for funding have a true, standalone product that others can add features to, or is it just a feature to another product? Both approaches can be considered shrewd investments, but the exit strategies for the VCs are substantially different.
Child porn sites are in far too close proximity to mainstream adult pornography sites, the person who runs Child Watch Ireland has claimed.
We asked last week why migrating to Windows 7 from Windows XP was reckoned to cost $1,930 a seat. Over the weekend, Gartner VP of research Michael Silver took the time to send us an email filling in some of the background.
Humble salt crystals could hold the key to improved data storage, but have until now been very hard to to create with enough accuracy.
Well, blow me down. After days of sanctimonious posturing by the world, his dog and his blogger, it turns out that the problems at Microsoft subsidiary Danger, which threatened the data integrity of Sidekick users, was all down to Oracle, Sun and Linux. No Microsoft products were involved.
A massive basin off the coast of India could be the world's largest, multi-ringed crater - and the impact that caused it could have been the real cause of the mass dinosaur extinction 65 million years ago, say researchers.
While mapping the solar system's edge for the first time, NASA's Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), spacecraft has discovered a 'space ribbon' two billion miles long.