Who would have thought that? Market research firm iSuppli today said that Microsoft in fact is not meeting market demand for its Zune portable media player. However, the reason may not be just a jump in demand for certain models, but an overly cautious market strategy of Microsoft as well, the market research firm speculated.
Google accounted for more than 65% of all Internet search requests in November, a new record for the online giant.
A study commissioned by AMD suggests that energy demand for new servers will grow faster in Asia-Pacific and Western Europe than in the U.S. over the next three years.
After the "early adopter" era ends early next year, the mass market will likely seek HD DVD for its price advantage, according to a newly released study on the subject.
Ask.com's latest service will allow users to keep their search data from being saved for several months, giving it an advantage over Google and other search portals.
For years it has been a rumor and a near reality, but now it's actually happening - airline passengers will be able to access full e-mail and IM services at tens of thousands of feet above ground.
University of Washington - A former assistant professor from Harvard, now at UofW, Dr. William Stein, and several students, have created a new open-source complex math solving tool called Sage. It is an Internet-based graphical tool which allows the user to do basically anything mathematically, from "mapping a 12-dimensional object to calculating rainfall patterns under global warming."
Analysis - As Americans prepare for November 2008, the "cyber election" mandating much of the focus on campaigns has come into full swing. TG Daily had a look at the divide in how Republicans and Democrats are handling the new technology.
Africa & Middle East - The Red Sea is a long, relatively narrow body of water, running between the Mediterranian Sea and the Indian Ocean. It passes by several countries, like Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti. It pumps a huge volume of water out into the Gulf of Aden, near Somalia and Yemen, through a fairly narrow outlet. And scientists looking at this natural form of renewable energy would very much like to put a dam up and capture its massive potential.
San Francisco (CA) – DNA Direct, a new San Francisco-based company, is offering a rather unique way of preserving your DNA. The company dries and “shrink wraps” DNA and the material can be stored at room temperature practically anywhere. When the customer or more likely relatives need the information, they simply add a few drops of water and PRESTO, you have reconstituted DNA.