I'm nervous, seriously nervous. In a few hours, in the Olympic stadium in Rome, FC Barcelona (or "Barca," as its supporters call it) will face Manchester United, the other soccer superpower, in the game of all games, the final of the UEFA Champions League
The consumer advocacy group says movie buyers want to backup their DVDs and the MPAA is wrong to prevent that.
Europe's first 3D channel, Sky 3D, will kick off with the Barclays Premier League clash between Manchester United and Chelsea
Lawyers representing YouTube allege that Bob Tur, who had sued the video site over copyright concerns in 2006, was the source of a document leak to CNET that brought to light a deposition by Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
The Italian branch of Heineken persuades men, under false pretenses, to attend a classical music and poetry concert on the same night as a big soccer game. The results are astounding.
Whether you believe in gaming headphones, Astro's all-in-one headphone/headset package aims for iPhone, console, and laptop users in one fell swoop.
At a Las Vegas conference, Microsoft shows how developers can write software for the new Windows Phone 7 Series devices, due out later this year.
Just as spring training arrives, so do the year's two Major League Baseball games. Though this season always reminds us of the gone-but-never-forgotten MVP franchise, we're happy to report that both offerings do the sport justice.
If you've already invested in a great set of headphones, it might be time to ditch your iPod or Zune for the Hifiman HM-801, the world's first audiophile-grade portable music player.
Cornell University researchers have come up with a way to turn traditional cotton fibers into conductive material. Picture a T-shirt that monitors your breathing or a pillowcase that measures brain waves.