Students in London use touch, smell and flexibility in their designs of cell phones for 2015.
Portable player uses a wireless link to directly access the music store--freeing people up from having to use a PC to download tunes.
Sessions at Microsoft's TechEd are filled to capacity. But the World Cup draws crowds as well.
Droids and Aibos head to Germany for championship games of robotic soccer. And guess who's doing the color commentary?
AOL's Netscape home page now bears a strong resemblance to the wildly popular digg.com.
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CNET News.com reporter Daniel Terdiman is hitting the highway. Here are the gadgets he'll bring along.
Parallels' virtualization software allows Microsoft's OS to run alongside Mac OS.
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Several groups are touting machines for bringing the Net to Africa, rural Asia and Latin America. Here are Intel's latest designs.
Through the years, Microsoft's leader has hobnobbed with everyone from the Queen to Bono--and the Albuquerque police.
Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates explain how Microsoft will manage the two-year transition process.
"Passage," a sculpture from Burning Man 2005, makes its way from the Playa to the piers, taking up temporary residence on S.F.'s Pier 14.
Kinetic sculptures built in Arcata, Calif., look like something Picasso might have dreamed up.
Nokia introduces its least expensive 3G camera phone, two new CDMA phones, and entry-level and midrange models.