Considered the birthplace of Silicon Valley, the garage was where Hewlett-Packard first got going.
Microsoft's next Web browser update aims to make it easier to see the security certification for a site.
The V570 features one lens for wide-angle photos and a second lens for zoom, packing both into a slender frame.
Cornice's Dragon series feature 8GB and 10GB of storage and are about the size of a book of matches.
Intel drops its "Intel Inside" tagline in favor of a new slogan and set of logos.
Sony's first high-definition Blu-ray DVD player for the international market, called the BDP-S1, which will be released this summer. The company hasn't yet said how much it will cost.
HP is showing off an expanded selection of HDTVs, cameras and notebooks this week at the Las Vegas showcase.
Dell showed off a "factory overclocked" game PC and a wide laptop.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs takes the stage at Macworld Expo 2006.
Egenera is announcing the BladeFrame EX and cooling partnership Tuesday.
A close look at test products made using Intel's 45-nanometer manufacturing technique.
A pattern-matching technology promises to make it easier to pinpoint people's movements in video surveillance footage.
Clearwell Systems' E-mail "intelligence" tool helps companies respond quickly to requests for E-mail records.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has collected pictures from hard drive history. Here are some highlights.
Hewlett-Packard's Modular Cooling System, shown with its door open here, cools the air of the rack of computing gear to which it's attached. The $30,500 liquid cooling system must be connected to external water chilling equipment.