The e-mail team behind Mozilla's Thunderbird has begun building what it hopes will be a universal communicator for e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, and more.
Scientists are looking at ways to produce electricity from the vibrations caused by falling raindrops.
Mozilla Messaging, while about to release the Thunderbird 3 desktop e-mail software, also is turning its attention to cloud computing with its Raindrop project.
Mozilla has long been associated with the Firefox browser, but recent announcements suggest that it has staying power in messaging.
Apple's Mail program offers a weak alternative to Outlook, but a host of open-source efforts aim to change that, if their fragmented attempts don't cancel each other out.
There are umbrellas, and then there are awesome geeky umbrellas that play rollicking 8-bit tunes as rain drops on them.
Mozilla will continue to develop the standalone e-mail software, but a lot of the new attention focuses on Web-based communications.
The peripherals maker is out with its new Fantasy Collection, a series of mice, keyboards, Webcams, and more in various colors and designs.
Two electronics titans target each other, waging war over your wrist.
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