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Apple unveils a new model of its iPod Nano music player with 1GB of storage.
Edoc Laundry has incorporated an episodic, multimedia game into the fabric of its garments.
Executives from Multiverse Network rehearse a presentation showcasing the company's platform for developing online games.
The U.K. has started issuing e-passports while the U.S. tests its own plan.
At the Geneva Auto Show, carmakers flaunt jet fighter designs and lots of horsepower.
ZDNet UK reporters have some fun while touring the mammouth grounds of CeBit in Hannover, Germany.
The Air Defense Identification Zone, or ADIZ, around Washington, D.C.
The search engine maps the Red Planet and lets you tour all the hot spots.
Not only does "Nellie," a member of Valentines Performing Pigs, get to visit Microsoft, the "world's smartest pig" is being cloned.
From transistor radio to Speak and Spell, TI plays crucial role in key electronic-age concepts and markets.
SRI is a nonprofit that's been instrumental to the development of everything from robotic surgery to the computer mouse.
Industrial-size digesters reduce mountains of manure into gas or electricity that can be reused on the farm and/or sold on the open market.
AdversityThat which does not kill me postpones the inevitable.© Despair, Inc.
Airlines showed off some of their new passenger comforts at the Aircraft Interiors Expo.
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