Nokia blurs the telephone lines with its upcoming mobile phones that feature a phone-camcorder, cameras and songs.
Microsoft's Mike Schackwitz works under the Hotmail hood.
A handful of readers may finally fulfill hopes of an e-paper revolution, making newspapers and books accessible anywhere.
From left: Jeff Karnes (Yahoo), Erik Flannigan (AOL), Jennifer Feikin (Google), Ted Cohen (EMI Music), Jeremy Allaire (Brightcove), and J.D.
Foldera uses AJAX in a number of ways. In the Calendar, hovering over an appointment pops up the details for that event.
Dion Hinchcliffe: This is one of my more complete single views of Web 2.0 which I crafted last December.
Apple has applied for a patent that most certainly sounds like they want to get involved in the phone business.
The X Prize Foundation and NASA open a contest with $2.5 million in prizes to build the best lunar lander.
John Smart, president of the Accelerating Change Foundation, provides a historical overview of accelerating change. He predicts that human-level machine intelligence will appear around 2060.
Apple calls its new 13-inch MacBook "the world's most advanced consumer notebook."
Advanced Micro Devices' next-generation core is designed to maintain its lead over Intel.
HP announced plans for more than 100 new printers, cameras and related supplies.
The NOAA predicts four to six major hurricanes this year. What are the perils and how is FEMA getting ready?
Nicholas Negroponte showed off the latest prototypes of the fabled $100 PC. It's not longer a $100 PC, however.