A trippy image of a forest shows how the latest scanning technology is helping the lumber industry look at trees in a new light.
Two more new Samsung TV spots. Two more ways for Samsung to laugh about those Apple fanboys who sit outside at their "Woodstock" waiting for yet another iPhone.
It was 40 years ago today that Woodstock stumbled into existence. I'm glad I missed it.
At Friday's Gov 2.0 Camp, an "unconference" described as a "Woodstock for the 21st century," government workers discuss what it means to engage citizens in meaningful online discussions.
At next week's Vegas spectacle, the gadgets will be fascinating and the hype will deafening. Then it's all about who can deliver.
The humble broadcasting technology, which ceased being a novelty around the time of Woodstock, re-emerges in several new and potentially significant permutations.