Google Earth begins with a satellite view of the world. You can control the world with your mouse.
Java founder James Gosling, Souheil Saliba (Sun VP of strategic alliances) and IBM's Robert LeBlanc.
Christopher Bergland, a three-time Triple Ironman champion recommends some MP3 players designed for athletes.
A new photolithographic process creates inkjet printheads on a single unit for new HP lineup of printers.
Tadpole and Naturetech have been making notebooks based on Sun's UltraSPARC processors for several years, but now they have the full blessing of Sun.
Maker of the Simputer, Indian technology firm Encore Software comes up with another low-cost laptop and PC.
The Ergodex DX1 Input System includes a pad, a removable tray and 25 numbered keys with a storage tray.
Owens stands in operating position inside his creation. The mech ultimately was able to take only a few halting steps.
Teams from the U.S. and Canada will step on the sun for a "rayce" of solar-powered cars from Austin to Calgary.
The hydrogen-powered ENV from England's Intelligent Energy can run for four hours on a single fill-up.
MSN Virtual Earth takes on Google Maps with its new satellite mapping tool.
Motorola introduces a thin mobile phone with a full keyboard and a pair of wired shades.
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Apple Computer, the company that helped popularize the mouse, gives more powers to its newest device, Mighty Mouse.
Industrial robot finds a second life as an amusement park ride--and you get to choose how you spin.