Toshiba's April Fools' ode to overstuffed technology comes in the form of the fictional Digit product, gloves crammed with everything from a phone to a video game controller.
The ancient sport of thumb-wrestling gets a sci-fi upgrade with a lightsaber kit that outfits your thumbs for battle.
In the wake of anti-Nvidia histrionics by the father of Linux last week, the graphics chip supplier offered a rebuttal.
The ThinkGeek LED Digit Magnets are modeled after tech from a bygone era. But that doesn't mean they don't have a place for the next generation.
Linus Torvalds gets graphic about his feelings toward Nvidia. Uses a few choice words to vent his anger about Nvidia's lack of Linux support.
One of the things I'll never do with my phone is text an order for something, be it a pizza or a National Lottery ticket -- it just needs too much concentration to get the system to work
In the dead of winter and a comatose economy, Americans posted a 13 percent sequential increase in the number of online videos viewed, according to comScore.
The Internet Phone Wizard lets you place Net phone calls to real phones without too many special codes. Did we mention free national long distance?
The Nikon D3S builds on the D3 body with a new--but same resolution--sensor that supports sky-high sensitivity, 720p 24fps video capture and a bigger buffer for better burst shooting.
Adobe, Nokia and RIM post double-digit gains, as broader markets soar on banking news. The jump puts the Dow within earshot of the 7,000 mark.