Microsoft is increasing its presence in the online video market, with an announcement this week that it has signed a deal with a production company for new web-only shows on MSN.
At an event in Las Vegas, LG Electronics today unveiled a refrigerator with a built-in HDTV, fixing the previously mutually exclusive combination of getting food and watching Legally Blonde in HD.
New research results presented today could bring companies such as Intel much closer to that goal of offering notebooks that achieve a battery running time of 8 hours and more.
Today was a big day for news about new high definition TV channels, with announcements and reports of six new networks headed to HD.
The world’s largest retailer Wal-Mart is converting some of its stores to solar power.
Despite the continued rapid expansion of networked devices, there remains a substantial share of Americans that so far has not yet taken advantage of technologies such as the Internet or cellphones, according to a new report published by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Last year's American Institute of Architects (AIA) expo was held in Los Angeles. This year it's expanding to the virtual world of Second Life.
16-year-old Matthew Pacelli hates math and hates his math teacher even more.
Bangalore (India) - Galileo, a European project that aims to create a civilian global navigation infrastructure, has reached a major milestone as the European Space Agency (ESA) today reported that the Giove-A satellite has transmitted the first navigation message.
Barack Obama's campaign team has ignited a bit of a fire on MySpace, after they kicked out the man who started up Obama's online profile.
The ambitious one laptop per child (OLPC) project may actually have some competition, thanks to an Indian alternative that wants a price tag of $10 for each computer.
Another admittance of defeat for Yahoo came late yesterday after the site announced it will shut down its photo sharing service.
Background - We just started to like the concept of the UMPC. But the truth of the matter is that the UMPC, at least in the shape we saw these little computers over the past year, will join the Tablet PC in a niche, far away from the eyes of the mass market. The UMPC will disappear from our radar as quickly as it surfaced.
In spite of a 28% year-to-year growth for TFT LCD shipments in Q1 2007, revenues stayed relatively flat, showing an increase of just 1% over 2006.
Apple chief Steve Jobs is promising a more environmentally friendly Apple in a new open letter title “A Greener Apple ”. He says the company will eliminate toxic chemicals such as lead, cadmium and arsenic from its consumer electronics, monitors and computers.