Many news channels have upgraded in-studio sets and cameras to be optimized for high definition, but CNN aims to be one of the first to present field reports in HD as well.
Mark Burnett, the creator of Survivor and The Apprentice, is turning to social networking site MySpace for his next big project.
A group of researchers in the Internet2 consortium has set a new record for sending data through the Internet at more than nine gigabits per second.
About a month after EMI signed a deal with Apple to provide restriction-free versions of its songs on iTunes, Amazon has taken further steps in providing its own alternative.
In an attempt to breathe life into its stuggling music store, Yahoo will add lyrics to more than 400,000 songs already in its database.
A mineral matching the composition of Superman’s feared Kryptonite has been discovered in a mine in Serbia.
Ray Chen, president of Compal Electronics, yesterday said volume shipments of LED-based notebooks will not arrive until the second half of 2008 with the application to be seen in only select models.
The Internet may be extending its role as a accepted mass information platform, as Yahoo, The Huffington Post and Slate are planning to host online-only Presidential Debates during the 2008 campaign.
INHD, the hi-def channel owned by a conglomerate of cable providers, is asking advertisers to make the jump to HD, in the first initiative of its kind.
By now we've all heard of the damage that carbon emissions can do to the environment. Al Gore's warnings about global climate change and its discontents, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and even a planned climate change concert all weave together to get our attention about the growing problem. But the inconvenient truth of the matter is that there's more to pollution than carbon emissions.
LCD panels are rebounding, which not only means tighter margins for monitor makers but also sets the stage for the transition to larger desktop and notebook LCDs for the mass market.
With more and more handset makers putting 3D graphics into mobile phones, handset platforms with integrated graphics technology will become the mainstream products in the market, according to Tony King-Smith, vice president for marketing at Imagination Technologies.
The Internal Revenue Service announced late yesterday that it will waive late filing fees for the hundreds of thousands of TurboTax customers who faced delays in submitting their returns online.
MA new Stanford University study finds that a switch to ethanol vehicles would likely increase the number of respiratory deaths in the United States.
Chicago (IL) – Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions dominate today’s environmental discussions: A single large SUV’s are estimated to blow out more than 100 tons of the gas over their life time and contribute to significantly to global warming. While especially car manufacturers look for ways to reduce CO2 emissions in future vehicles, scientists went the other way and claim they have found a way to actually use CO2 as a renewable energy source.
Although Intel would actually like to start using 450mm silicon wafers by 2011-2012, the transition should be industry-wide, said Mark Bohr, Intel senior fellow and director of process architecture and integration. Speaking at a roundtable during the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Beijing.
A record number of electronic tax filers brought TurboTax's online service to a standstill last night, causing delays of up to several hours.
If you are planning to upgrade from a dual-core to a quad-core processor, but shy away from spending more than twice as much for four cores than for two, then you will have to be patient. Quad-core CPUs will become more common over time, but it will take more than two years until these CPUs will be in more than half of all mainstream PCs, iSuppli predicts.
At the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Beijing, Intel unveiled its roadmap for Geneseo technology, which was last year presented at the Fall IDF in San Francisco as a joint Intel-IBM proposal to enhance PCI Express (PCIe) technology to address performance requirements of new usage models, such as visualization and extensible markup language (XML).