Calxeda was one of the first to push for power-efficient server chips. But the company now appears to be history.
The electronics retailer nixes its flex-work policy, a week after Yahoo ended its program, as it struggles to turn business around.
Innovation, said a certain Mr. Jobs, distinguishes between a leader and a follower. Well, this year has seen its fair share of pioneering technology. From the Apple iPhone to Honda's production hydrogen fuel-cell car to Amazon's Kindle, a number of products distinguish themselves as prototypes of future tech. Here is our roundup of forerunners for technology in 2008.
Google Glass, the £1,000 high-tech specs, could hit shops for as little as £200 when they're finally launched to the public.
The start-up supports in-stream commerce on the social network, which means you can type "buy" to purchase something from a Facebook update.
The updated MyGlass app lets you control your Glass spectacles from your Android-powered mobile.
The late Apple co-founder's name appears on a list of "the trailblazers, visionaries and cultural ambassadors who defined a nation."
Even during the dog days of July, hot tech keeps showing up. CNET Reviews Editor in Chief Lindsey Turrentine tells you which gadgets get our nod of approval this week.
Google's decision to unplug home electricity-monitoring application PowerMeter is a sign of how difficult it has been for home energy apps to catch on.
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