These portable computers do neat things like recognize pen-based input, but they've yet to catch on.
The Spiridellis brothers are back with another JibJab short, this time with a new partner, MSN.
The "pentop computer" is a talking, computerized pen that can translate words into other languages.
Dozens of gamers assembled at a graveyard to play the next installment of a larger game, "Last Call Poker."
Hundreds of schools are bringing blogs and other interactive technology into the classroom.
Voodoo Computers' Idol is roughly the same size and shape as Apple's Mac Mini, but it runs on an Intel Pentium M processor.
In-depth exhibit examining the possibility of life on other worlds opens at the Science Museum in London.
Marc Andreessen tells his audience that PHP is picking up where Java is leaving off.
The U10 from iRiver handles music player and video functions with a horizontal-screen format.
Hewlett-Packard's CEO tells Gartner crowd why he finds storage products more interesting than iPods.
Hewlett-Packard and Cingular Wireless team up to offer e-mail and wireless data services on HP's iPaq hw6500 series of mobile PCs.
Apple wants accessory makers to pony up for the right to connect to the popular music player.
With a built-in LCD, Memorex's latest USB drive shows you how much storage capacity is left.
Scheduled for release in early 2006, Nokia's 7380 is one of three new models designed for style-conscious customers.
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