Students can head back to the classroom with PCs that balance their homework needs with entertainment features.
NASA probe Deep Impact arrived on time for its explosive rendevous with comet Tempel 1.
Bots that use radio frequency to scare away intruders may become widely used in the future.
In addition to the coverage of the London bombings by the mainstream press, it was possible to view snapshots from ordinary citizens who uploaded their photos to sites such as Flickr and moblog.co.uk. Here are some samples.
IBM develops an advanced pen-based shorthand method that allows users to input words into mobile devices by tracing them letter by letter.
The Sony Ericsson S710a plays MP3 music files stored on an included 32MB Memory Stick Duo, and can accommodate Memory Sticks up to 128MB. The device cannot play copy-protected files such as those sold at many online music stores.
Companies behind the rival Blu-Ray and HD DVD formats are racing to become the successor to today's DVD technology.
A new photolithographic process creates inkjet printheads on a single unit for new HP lineup of printers.
Broadband over power line services use radio frequency signals sent over medium- and low-voltage AC power lines to connect users to the Internet. The FCC and others believe BPL could emerge as an important competitor to cable and DSL broadband services.
Images of the shuttle, control room and the astronauts as they prepare for the Discovery's launch.
Signa Chemistry uses kinder, gentler version of sodium to produce hydrogen.
Sharp has come out with a new liquid-crystal display that displays different images at the same time.
Screen shot of Scott Kelby's iPod Flea parody ad.
Sony hopes its lineup of Network Walkman MP3 players can rival the iPod's smashing success.
A team of employees at Amazon will work around the clock to ensure all copies of the new book arrive on time.