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movie-making technologies


Kyocera demonstrates NFC technology

With an NFC cell phone, your handset becomes your wallet. AT CTIA, Kyocera showed just how it can be done.

By April 3, 2008


Gadgettes 93: The Kelly's extravagant baby shower episode

We are gonna miss Kelly around here while she's away on her maternity leave. So guess what? Molly and Jason both chipped in and bought Kelly a bunch of really cool stuff for her time away from the podcast! Yes, we're that rich.

By June 6, 2008


Buzz Out Loud 737: Tom gets lucky with Jason

Oh, come now, we mean in a search on Goosh. What were you thinking?

By June 3, 2008


Buzz Out Loud 735: Ind_na Jo__es

Paramount is dropping sounds out of your movies to prevent piracy; Canadian customs guards might be rifling through your laptop for ripped CDs; and aliens are real.

By May 30, 2008


Reycling CO2 waste into paper

Carbon Sciences' technology, aimed at paper mills, takes carbon dioxide emissions and transforms them into calcium carbonate used in paper production.

By May 12, 2008


JavaOne: Oracle shows off Web 2.0 mashup

An Oracle product demo at JavaOne on Wednesday underscored how social networks have influenced business system development.

By May 8, 2008


Buzz Out Loud 718: Always worry

We could tell you not to worry, but then you'd e-mail us and tell us why you should. So, new rule. Always worry. And the HTC Touch Diamond ain't all that.

By May 6, 2008


John Doerr: Not nearly enough money going to green tech

Speaking at the MIT Energy Conference, famed venture capitalist sees a "green-tech boom," but he says it's happening too slowly to address global energy challenges.

By April 12, 2008


Amazon.com feels bad you bought an HD DVD player, so here's $50

The online retailer offers a store credit for every HD DVD player bought before February 23.

By April 9, 2008


BBC and Missy kick goals for 3D TV

With punters now donning special glasses to watch 3D music videos and rugby matches as well as animated movies, is there new momentum behind this old technology?

By March 13, 2008