Google's computerized eyewear is a harbinger of things to come, but the technology isn't ready for the mainstream yet, Union Square Ventures' Fred Wilson decides.
The University of Cambridge has digitized a portion of Isaac Newton's papers, letting anyone see the mathematics and experiments of the famed scientist.
The Cambridge University Library today published scanned papers from the famed scientist, including some of the mathematics he developed to arrive at the principles of what are now called "Newtonian physics."
Manuscript of 1752 biography of Isaac Newton, which recounts how a falling apple led him to the theory of gravity, is available on U.K.'s Royal Society Web site.
In a delightful homage to Sir Isaac Newton, Google makes its doodle move, as an apple falls from a tree. It's the great mathematician's birthday January 4.
We've taken the reigning champion of mobile devices, the Apple Newton Messagepad, out of retirement to put it up against a brand-new contender, its very own grandchild, the iPhone 3GS.
If you put a 12-year-old Apple Newton MessagePad in the ring next to a brand-new Apple iPhone 3GS, which would win in a fight? Rory and Flora put their boxing gloves on to find out
In another clue that Apple may be working on a tablet PC, one of the original developers of the Newton new personal digital assistant is reportedly returning to Apple.
As we wait for the possible arrival of a new Apple tablet and the giant marketing campaign that would accompany its launch, here's a look back at some of the television ads Apple ran for the Newton, its original tablet.