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Dilbert cartoonist is making significant personal contributions to discourse on the economy, but he needs to learn how to distinguish good arguments from bad ones.
In preparation for the Formula One race in Singapore, priorities include fine-tuning lighting, heavy-duty computing power, performance-tracking sensors, and high-speed networking.
Dell announces that it is moving to exclusively use LED displays for its laptops.
The crisis in the banking sector is likely to have a chilling effect on technology deals, but Google is bullish on its prospects. Also: video games render digital divide nonexistent.
GM is expected to show off the plug-in electric on Tuesday, and the initial focus is likely to be its looks. But what about the car's potential fuel and cost savings?
Microsoft, Cisco and Toshiba are part of consortium eager to see DRM interoperability in digital music sector, but is this good for Apple or consumers?
Google and Yahoo are already familiar names. But soon, hired gun Sandy Litvack may be too, should this long-time antitrust attorney and consultant to the Department of Justice pursue a case against the companies.
Search giant's birthday celebration is short-lived, while Apple celebrates new products. Also: Gold in being green.
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales hopes that Wikia Green will become the world's largest open-source, online community for green-minded consumers.
Association of National Advertisers announces it has sent a letter to the top antitrust chief for the U.S. Department of Justice, issuing its objections to the controversial Yahoo-Google search ad partnership.