US military research agency DARPA forsees a tiny implant that could restore sight loss or give you a heads-up display without a helmet or glasses.
Take a tour of the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic in this video narrated by the car's designers.
Today, a Ford press release crossed my desk with an interesting tidbit about the sales figures for its new Ford Fiesta. It turns out that the majority of buyers have chosen the five-door hatchback body style over the more conventional four-door model.
Vehicle registration data adds weight to the stereotype that men drive sports cars and trucks and women drive small, practical cars and crossovers.
We talk about HP's sneak-attack purchase of Palm; Comcast gets a dubious distinction; and we spend time with our favorite movie series "Back to the Future."
The IRS gods must have tuned in to yesterday's episode and heard Jeff complaining about the tax system because he woke up this morning to a very lofty charge from his bank to the tune of $600 owed to the state of New Jersey.
When you set up print sharing in OS X, you have the option to limit which user accounts have access to specific printers. This is convenient for preventing network users from using a specific printer; however, it does not apply these limitations when user
Every now and then some aspect of the system stands out that can be amusing and fun. Take a look at the following text. It can be found somewhere in the system, so take the challenge and see if you can find it.
Microsoft is making final a series of changes to the look of the MSN portal, hoping a cleaner page with more videos and fewer links will help give it a fresher look.
Named as exhibits in the litigation, involving 20 Apple patents, are devices including Google's Nexus One, the T-Mobile G1, and the Droid Eris.