That's a perennial bar debate, but some latter-day major league clubs are now using a high-tech pitching simulation system that's generating quite a buzz around spring training.
With Timbaland as its first producer in residence, Verizon Wireless' mobile recording studio marks the company's latest effort to transform the music industry.
Verizon Wireless and Vodafone will be offering a live simulcast of Madonna's launch concert for her new album on Wednesday.
A Maine law restricting shipments of tobacco products is toast, though Justice Ginsburg says that Congress should let states regulate Internet shipments of cigarettes.
EMI is mulling whether to cut its Artists & Repertoire budget, the unit charged with sniffing out new music talent for the labels. The plan is to spot hot new acts on MySpace and the Web. Sad news for A&R types is that this makes it hard to meet groupies.
If the Boston Celtics can now be associated with Linux, what team might want to claim Windows as its inspiration? Hmm...
The digital generation gap shows up in the attempt for schools to ban cell phones outright. Teens and parents are pushing back against the attempts to take away the phones they have come to depend on so much.
Web design purists who favor simplistic pages like Google.com can take heart.
Mexico's Iguala Valley saw farming spread during Earth's warming after the last Ice Age.
Each week, CNET tracks the hottest ringtones. Chris Brown tops the list again this week, as Akon makes a hard charge up the charts.