The 17-inch MacBook Pro, which features Intel's Duo dual-core chip, is similiar to the 15-inch model.
The new Kodak V610 is a Bluetooth-enabled, dual lens, 10x zoom digital camera.
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.