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IBM researchers have manipulated individual microscopic particles to create a short stop-motion film.
Norman Hajjar hopes to set the record for the world's longest car trip powered by electricity. He also wants to make a point about the need to build out US infrastructure for e-vehicles.
We take a quick look at the Sony consoles that led up to the PlayStation 4.
By world's fastest donuts, we don't mean delicious pastries moving at a high rate of speed.
This week, we stockpiled Daleks, frowned at the Blue Screen of Death's new sad-face emoticon, and unboxed "Star Wars: The Complete Saga" for Blu-ray.
The largest bank in the United States has officially ignored the second most popular Web browser--until recently.
Just in time for St. Patty's, mathematicians from Ireland figure out how to put a better, cheaper head on your Guinness.
It's not your regular Buzz Outloud today. From New York City, Wilson G. Tang, Jeff Bakalar, Dan Ackerman and Rex Brian (AKA Scott Stein) take over, and needless to say it's a very different BOL. In this topsy-turvy world, Google's Dr. Eric Schmidt is forced out as CEO. HP joins the fray by rearranging its board of directors with four new members, including former California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman. Verizon files suit against the FCC for rules they proposed, and no, the iPad 2 won't be getting the Retina Display--much to our dismay.
New and Noteworthy: Jos on the iMac; iPod fuels Guinness decline; Longhorn and Microsoft "credibility"
Dell, HP, and Lenovo will offer Windows XP as a "pre-downgrade," as a convoluted way to get you out of having to buy Windows Vista. Hear that, Microsoft? The bell tolls for you.