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Japan's new Series E7 bullet train: Understated, luxurious

If you can afford a first-class seat, this 160 mph bullet train promises a plush ride to Nagano and the Sea of Japan.

By December 17, 2013


McAfee nabbed? His blog says maybe, following CNN interview

Not long after a secretive CNN interview with fugitive software pioneer John McAfee, McAfee's own blog posts an item saying he may have been captured. True? Or another twist in an already odd tale?

By December 1, 2012


McAfee begins writing blog while hiding from police in Belize

The antivirus software pioneer uses a new blog to criticize authorities and the media while chronicling his attempts to avoid questioning in connection with a murder last week.

By November 18, 2012


Netgear Wi-Fi Booster for Mobile spreads the Web around

If an outlying bedroom or an outside space isn't covered by your Wi-Fi, the Netgear Wi-Fi Booster for Mobile spreads the Web around.

By July 23, 2012


Handroid is a low-cost, flexible robot hand

Japanese start-up ITK wants to market its basic robot hand for about $6,500, including a glove controller.

By August 25, 2011


Government plans sixth TV channel, promising local news for local people

Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt has revealed plans for a sixth TV channel, focused on local news. It's the first in a wave of planned local channels and could be on air by next year.

By January 19, 2011


The Hinterland 1: Electric tank-car of the future

Existing purely as sketches, renderings, and specs at this point, the Hinterland 1 electric car looks like one part tank, one part VW bus with a pinch of bullet train added for flavor.

By August 27, 2008


Product plan, cost cuts spark hope at Ford

Automotive News interviews Alan Mulally about Ford's recent profits and future plans.

By November 11, 2009


McCaw's stream of consciousness

Craig McCaw goes to the Canadian hinterland and sells his wares to a military dictator.

By October 27, 2004


Cybersecurity and the question of leadership

The success of the cybersecurity czar is more about the exercise of leadership than anything else, CompTIA policy chief Roger Cochetti says.

November 18, 2004