IBM, Google, and other technology companies have been lobbying for U.S. federal spending to be directed their way. This is a bad idea, and out-of-keeping with how technology companies have traditionally sought investment.
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The company's holding a much-rumored announcement at its headquarters tomorrow. CNET will be reporting live with the news.
The Townshend Audio Rock 7 turntable employs unique technology to make LPs sound better than ever.
The Chrome 25 beta for Android adds several features, but perhaps the most important is that it doesn't lag the PC version of the browser nearly as much.
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The plant near Blythe in far-southern California will generate electricity by using trough-shaped mirrors to heat a fluid to generate steam to turn a turbine.
Is your most coveted gadget standing atop the peak of inflated expectations or wallowing in the dreaded trough of disillusionment? Gartner has some predictions.
AT CTIA, Skinit shows off a new snap-on case system that's all about self-expression.
With the loan guarantee, the company can start construction on its 250-megawatt Gila Bend plant, which will be big enough to power at least 75,000 homes.