CBS CMO George Schweitzer discusses the term Live +7 and how DVR playback factors into a TV show's performance.
Though it can't match the stalker creds of Olympus' SP-570 UZ, Sony's latest top-of-the-line megazoom has its own attractions. Like the recently announced H10, the H50 offers a modest update over its predecessor.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H50 is the topper-most camera in the Cyber-shot range, boasting 9.1 megapixels, a 15x optical zoom, tilting screen -- and no USB connection
Though its lens isn't as wide and suffers from many of the same lens artifacts as its competitors, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H50 is a good megazoom camera with a lot of features for experiment-minded snapshooters.
With Venco comes greater access to the residential market in Europe and three new products that Helix plans to add to its small wind product line.
Digital Infrared Photography by Cyrill Harnischmacher covers basic theory for shooting in infrared, as well as guidance on capturing images and post-processing.
The Cyber-shot DSC-H50 replaces the H9 at a lower price.
The consumer electronics giant hosts an open house in Las Vegas, and puts out a big spread.
IBM has announced a new version of its RS/6000 Unix server line, the H70, as well as one high-availability, two-computer version that will stay up and running all but six minutes of the year or less. The H70 uses as many as four of IBM's RS64-II chips and is geared for e-commerce and enterprise resource planning tasks. It's 75 percent faster at serving Web pages than its predecessor, the H50. Prices begin at $26,900.