The new David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation will bring together students from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Stanford's Engineering School in a bid to help inspire a new generation of news consumption tools and applications.
It's all go in the world of ebooks: there's a new wireless BeBook, Amazon has caved in to the American Authors' Guild, and magazine powerhouse Hearst is looking to make its own reader
Demo: Online concierge service HeyCosmo does everything for event planners but cut the cake.
Apple retailers are the top "hot spot," though male-dominated tech companies like Cisco Systems are also a good bet, according to the magazine.
The attractive Sumdex Meg Cosmo Brief is well padded and has plenty of space for accessories, but it can handle only smaller laptops.
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Bells sound a familiar geeky theme song and brighten up a cloudy afternoon at a Wisconsin university.
Meet the girl who wears a four-sided iPad helmet while walking around New York City. It's just another day in the urban jungle.
Let's make this simple: Nintendo is suffering, but there's a logical solution. At the very least, please -- do this.
Just a friendly reminder to all would-be Nintendo 3DS owners out there: the first-ever glasses-less 3D portable gaming system can now be had for just $169.99, a whopping 32 percent off the original retail price.
Weeks before E3, Nintendo has lowered the price of some of its older gaming handhelds even further, but not far enough.