The film era still has some life left in it, but for CNET's Stephen Shankland, digital photography's practical benefits far overpower the retro chic of the analog era.
A new survey shows the messaging behavior of men and women on dating sites. And it leads Natali to the inevitable conclusion that you shouldn't date dorks. We also talk over the WikiLeaks pager data from the 9/11 events. And BlackBerry gets an eBay app Why is this such big news?
A new survey shows the messaging behavior of men and women on dating sites. And it leads Natali to the inevitable conclusion that you shouldn't date dorks.
Google's Chrome browser is now used for just over 20 per cent of global Web surfing, according to Internet analytics company StatCounter. Microsoft's Internet Explorer, meanwhile, is in decline.
Drivers in California now have to call hands-free, but Bluetooth headsets still don't look cool.
OK, so we suck at bringing you a show every week. But we promise that when we do, they'll be as explosive and ridiculous as this one right here! We revisit the idea of multitasking, but this time, we focus on functional clothing. That and we insult you a whole lot. Thou wimpled plume-plucked pignut!
New and Noteworthy: SF Chronicle: Zune Reinforces Microsoft's Dorky Image; Beatles: only on iPod?; more
At 1.3 inches, that is.
Holy little-known Web service, Batman! We've just stumbled across Google Notebook and it's actually quite good. Hurrah!
From Crave UK.