Samsung creates another scintillatingly loopy ad in which laptop owners shoot, beat and discard their laptops, as if they were unwanted puppies.
The country's move to strengthen its "Internet blacklist" could lead to blockage of porn, drug-related, and "extremist" sites. Would it also threaten political protests?
A survey of single Canadians found iPhone users most likely to date in the workplace, and Android users more likely to have sex on the first date.
Lisa J. Murphy, known for nude, 3D pictures of men and women accompanied by braille descriptions, releases a new series of images.
Monitor maker Eizo has released a pinup calendar of see-through models in provocative X-ray images. The stiletto heels are a nice touch.
Coalition, which includes those claiming video games can cause "mental-health problems," wants rules that may mean credit cards or driver's licenses for age verification.
The simple, wooden Stiletto laptop stand adds a touch of nature to your gadget-strewn desk.
Sirius's first truly portable receiver looks like a winner, with its intuitive interface and a laundry list of features.
TiVo has reported that people are skipping through commercials during the most popular, Emmy-winning television shows.
Zing CEO Tim Bucher shows off a radio that brings you Sirius, has MP3 storage and Wi-Fi and records content you like. But you have to be Sirius subscriber to get one. Zing was one of the companies showing off new technologies at DemoFall 2006 in San Diego on Sept. 26, 2006.