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Pavlovian iPosture is no slouch

Battery-operated device contains a microchip that monitors the wearer's stance several times a second, vibrating briefly when it detects a deviation.

By August 21, 2008


Slouching toward telecommuting: IT's newest challenge

The latest data suggests that energy prices are likely going higher. Now the big question is whether IT will be ready to handle the new demands put on it by more telecommuters.

By May 9, 2008


Diller: Humbug on 'Internet is free' mythology

The days are numbered, the IAC/InterActiveCorp CEO says, for the prehistoric notion perpetrated by tech people that we shouldn't pay for content.

By September 30, 2009


Intel's Grove: Something foul in Silicon Valley

At a star-studded event in Mountain View, Calif., former Intel CEO Andrew Grove criticizes the current state of the patent system in Silicon Valley.

By May 3, 2009


Review: For slouchers, iPosture is a go

A new solution for bad posture. Here's a close look at the iPosture by Sharon Vaknin.

By December 17, 2008


'Tis the season to Crave: Sharon Vaknin's picks

We kick off our annual series of end-of-year wish lists.

By December 8, 2008


Jerry Yang: I'm a fighter

The Yahoo CEO, hit hard in recent months by a tepid economy and a failed takeover bid from Microsoft, now has to deal with the dissolution of its hyped (but controversial) search ad deal with Google.

By November 5, 2008


Lenovo's 24-inch LED LCD: So far, so good

Quick impressions of the Lenovo ThinkVision L2440x.

By October 8, 2008


The battle for Yahoo's soul

Yahoo CEO and founder Jerry Yang bleeds purple. Carl Icahn and some Yahoo shareholders want his purple blood. Dan Farber chronicles the battle for Yahoo's soul.

By June 13, 2008


Brit sets off again to row solo across Pacific

Roz Savage, thwarted by bad weather last summer, quietly pushes off from San Francisco over the weekend. First stop: Hawaii.

By May 27, 2008