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Coffeemaker dresses up for more than Halloween

The Limited Edition Cuisinart SCC-1000 Swarovski Crystal 14-Cup Coffeemaker shines brightly throughout the year.

By October 31, 2012


Intel: Why a 1,000-core chip is feasible

Intel engineer Timothy Mattson tells how the company's 48-core Single-chip Cloud Computer could theoretically scale to 1,000 cores.

By December 27, 2010


From 0 to 1,000 mph in 42 seconds

Meet Bloodhound, the 1,000 mph supersonic car. Actually, its top speed is 1,050 mph, but when you're a couple hundred miles an hour faster than the speed of sound, who's counting?

By July 20, 2010


Intel hopes 48-core chip will solve new challenges

The 1.3-billion transistor processor could endow computers with human-like processing abilities and meet today's data center problems.

By December 2, 2009


U.S. voluntary carbon market does not reward complexity

Unlike the Kyoto markets, the U.S. voluntary markets prefer to stick to simple types of projects.

By June 9, 2008


Man pleads guilty to selling Windows code

But he doesn't know who stole the goods, his lawyer says. Feds are recommending a sentence of 10 to 30 months.

By August 30, 2005


Cell companion chip gets hot demo

Toshiba shows off a "super companion chip" to the Cell microprocessor that can record 48 TV shows at once.

By August 15, 2005


U.S. blogger thwarts Canadian gag order

Minnesota man is thumbing his nose at a Canadian gag order. His blog posts could endanger the ruling Liberal Party.

By April 5, 2005


Psst...now it's Cisco source code up for sale

The Source Code Club hackers are back, selling what they claim are files of Cisco firewall software.

By November 2, 2004


Pssst--wanna buy some source code?

Group opens an online bazaar for corporate software secrets; law enforcement agencies may have trouble shutting it down.

By July 14, 2004