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iLiad's new 'Book Edition' e-reader

It loses the Wi-Fi connection but lowers price.

By May 9, 2008


Price war cuts roaming fees for French mobile customers

Three large mobile network operators, perhaps prompted by looming legislation, are trying to win customers by cutting the fees that plague travelers and tourists.

By January 30, 2014


The GPL's poor translation into French

What do you get when you cross a prominent French businessman with the GPL? A whole lot of scattered thinking.

By April 7, 2008


Shiny office toys galore at Office 2.0

Look at all this fun stuff, I thought this was a conference about work.

By September 6, 2007


Irex prepping new wireless e-book reader

One of the early e-book reader pioneers, Irex, will allegedly release a new consumer model this fall that feature an 8.1-inch screen and 3G wireless connectivity.

By August 6, 2009


Fully Equipped: Is Irex's new digital reader a preview of the next Amazon Kindle?

David Carnoy discusses Irex's new line of digital readers that feature next-generation technology.

By September 23, 2008


Crave Podcast 45: Adam Hart-Davis on Romans and ringtones

We caught up with the Tomorrow's World presenter to ask him about modern tech, and what the Romans would have thought of the iPod -- hear his thoughts in the latest Crave Podcast

By August 10, 2007


Crave Talk: Ebook reader will be literature's iPod

With magazine and newspaper sales falling, is the electronic-book reader the future for portable literature? We take a look at what you'll be clutching on the Tube come next year

By October 4, 2006


Another diesel engine start-up comes out of stealth

Achates Power is working on an opposed-piston engine, an idea that has withered for decades. And they have money from Sequoia.

By January 24, 2008


'The Aeneid': Combat evolved?

I still don't buy it, but a UConn professor does.

By April 16, 2007