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Talking to voice apps while driving as dangerous as texting

Talking to your phone when you're driving is as dangerous as texting, according to new research.

By April 24, 2013


Everyday office paper tests for pregnancy, medical conditions

Researchers hope to make not just cheap but nearly free medical tests using paper that can stick to certain molecules.

By October 3, 2012


Is Spec Ops: The Line an oasis in the desert?

There are plenty of military shooters flooding the gaming market, so does Spec Ops: The Line do enough to separate itself from the rest of the pack?

By July 2, 2012


iPad: Yankees say no, minors team says yes

Although the New York Yankees won't be allowing fans to bring their iPads to ballgames this year, one minor league team has decided to allow them at its ballpark.

By May 28, 2010


Feds hampered by incomplete MPAA piracy data

Staffers at the Government Accountability Office say they didn't get all the film industry's data on a controversial 2005 piracy study.

By April 19, 2010


In praise of (media) bias

The media tries to pretend that it's not biased. In this it gives away its ace in the hole.

By July 19, 2008


Leopard early adopters suffer for the rest of us

The dust has mostly settled following the release of Apple's Mac OS X Leopard operating system, and while several problems were reported, that seems to be the price of admission to the early adopter club.

By November 2, 2007


Well, la-dee-dah

Tom Yager compares himself to Steve Jobs.

By August 8, 2007


New and Noteworthy: Leopard now UNIX certified; Apple to hold "Mac event"; more

A Mac "event"; UNIX certification and reasons Macs can save you money.

By August 1, 2007


Feds footing the bill for municipal broadband?

Some towns are using public safety grants for law enforcement wireless networks to cover their initial costs for building a broadband infrastructure.

By June 4, 2007