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Watch robotic pole dancers shake their actuators

At the Tobit Software booth at the CeBit trade show, robotic pole dancers Lexy and Tess twerk it for the crowd.

By March 12, 2014


Apple patent aims to stifle noise from iPhone's vibrate mode

A patent filed today describes a way to lessen the sound your iPhone gives off in vibrate mode any time a call or alert comes through.

By November 15, 2012


Logitech Wireless Touchpad brings gesture controls to PCs

In Microsoft's vision of the future, you'll only need one input device for multiple computers, but who said it has to be a mouse? Logitech launched its Wireless Touchpad today that gives PC users a chance to pinch, point, and scroll their way across the screen.

By September 13, 2011


Razer goes mechanical with BlackWidow gaming keyboard

Razer offers the standard BlackWidow and the Ultimate Version keyboard that nets you a full spread of backlit keys with five levels of lighting configuration, a set of microphone and headphone jacks, as well as an extra USB port.

By August 18, 2010


Taking a spin on the 'ElliptiGO' bike for runners

The ElliptiGO bike is a low-impact, high-output, cross-training bike that combines running and cycling.

By July 12, 2010


Actuate revs its business with version 10

Actuate is a small-but-growing open-source BI vendor, with some key metrics now moving in its favor.

By November 10, 2008


Segmenting and growing open-source communities, Actuate/BIRT-style

Not all communities are created alike. Nor should they be, as Actuate shows.

By September 27, 2007


Open-source companies log impressive growth

A few first-quarter data points, from organizations and products ranging from Funambol to Sourcefire to Firefox, suggest that open source is shining even amid a cloudy economy.

By May 1, 2009


Sun on open source: What doesn't kill you...

Sun is looking to the source of its downfall for growth: open source.

By December 2, 2008


Forrester survey discovers that virtually no one uses open source (?!?)

Forrester has new research suggesting that absolutely no one is using open source. The problem with this conclusion is that it contradicts all other available evidence.

By June 10, 2008