A self-cooling lunchbox concept with style. The notion of the E-bag concept is to tap the back-and-forth motion caused by lugging the 3-liter bag around.
After allegedly being made to stand in line for "required but uncompensated security checks," former retail store employees sue the iPhone-maker for dozens of hours of unpaid wages.
A less-than-informative announcement has the tech press guessing that Google Fiber may be headed for Texas. Now a screenshot suggests a Google blogger jumped the gun and spilled the beans. And a TV report from Austin says, yes, it's a done deal.
Timbuk2's limited-edition Mission MacBook Messenger bags are available exclusively from Apple.com, which tells you who they're designed for.
9to5Mac is reporting that the Cupertino, Calif.-based company is already testing its next operating system version, based on traffic-source data gathered from its site.
Starving Nokia N900s gorge on a host of new features today. Most exciting? Video calls via Skype. Thanks, over the air update!
Google fended off a Chinese trademark infringement suit, and captured the sudden arrival of searches for characters that show a plane and two towers.
Gmail Labs lets users customize their interface and find labeled messages faster; Chrome gets themes; Google contributes to MySQL; the future of search.
Company adds new translation abilities, potentially prepares for new YouTube ads, extends credit to paying Google Apps customers, and more.
Steve McQueen's Bullitt on Google Maps; Gmail limits; Google ads in China; Google I/O videos, building a mobile community.