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Mystery Google barge will be invite-only Google X showroom, says report

The hulking but hush-hush project, "personally directed" by co-founder Sergey Brin, is going to be a showroom for Google's special projects and products, according to CBS' San Francisco affiliate.

By October 31, 2013


Google Street View's 'horse-boy' mystery

A man with the head of a horse appears on Google Street View in Scotland. Many are trotting out suggestions as to who or what this might be.

By June 24, 2010


HTC Proto doubling as the Desire X, retailers suggest

A handful of online sites co-brand the midlevel HTC Proto as the Desire X.

By August 27, 2012


Code Warrior: Nokia puts bounties on desirable apps

In Nokia's quest for Windows Phone app development, bounties range from points to devices to actual cash, to be determined by user votes.

By April 17, 2012


Europeans see U.S. market for new small luxury cars

Automotive News reports on various European automakers' plans for selling small, economical luxury cars in the U.S.

By May 18, 2011


HTC Wildfire set ablaze for European, Asian markets

Another week, another Android phone. This latest HTC device, the Wildfire, is aimed at the social networking youth of Europe and Asia. Featuring Android 2.1 and Sense UI, the handset should do well for users graduating to their first smartphones.

By May 18, 2010


Android 2.2 update to HTC Desire on Orange: Don't hold your breath

Orange has told its customers with HTC Desires that they'll have to wait until mid-September before they get an update to Android 2.2 Froyo

By August 27, 2010


Euro HTC Desires download Android 2.2

Owners of HTC's Desire smartphone in Europe are receiving over-the-air firmware updates to Android version 2.2.

By August 1, 2010


'Cool' gadgets shine at Stanford

At the Cool Product Expo, entrepreneurs show off everything from electric cars to personalized 3D printers to a scent production machine.

By April 12, 2012


Amazon's move mocks EU's fear of Oracle

Amazon.com's fork of the MySQL database suggests that competition is alive and well, regardless of Oracle's desire to buy Sun or of the European Commission.

By November 4, 2009