Chevy and Ford racked up awards for their latest technology innovations at the Edison Awards last night. The awards show highlights breakthrough products and services, and recognizes innovative industry leaders. Basically, it's like the Oscars for emerging technology companies, but with much, much longer speeches and videos.
Google and Yahoo aren't the only ones that plan to tweak their search engines to highlight Olympic results. Microsoft said it, too, will feature results related to the Beijing Games.
Gold, silver, and bronze medals for the upcoming games will contain materials from recycled TVs, computers, and keyboards that otherwise would have ended up as e-waste.
The U.S. men's hockey team still has a long way to go before they reach Olympic gold in Vancouver, but last night's 5-3 victory over Canada takes them a step closer to their goal. In other words, Jeff has never been more proud to be an American hockey fan, and be sure to catch today's Calls From The Public to hear me attempt to define a power play in less than 10,000 words.
Jeff is ecstatic over last night's Oympic hockey game, brand ambassadors are coming to Facebook, Web cam spies, and zap your acne using an iPhone!
For reasons that are as obvious as they are painful, there is now a competition that will prove who is truly more self-absorbed.
Chosen for their scientific prowess, the finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search will compete in March for the top prize of $100,000.
Google has celebrated the end of the two-week sporting bonanza the only way it knows how.