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In his latest novel, "Generation A," Douglas Coupland digs deeper into the "retribalizing" effects of electronic technologies.
The nimble-fingered machine is already an old pro at rock, paper, scissors, randomly generating hand shapes and using sensors to determine the outcome.
Disruption affected all data being processed in Japan, Europe, and North America for at least 40 minutes.
q&a Mark Kingdon says the virtual world, which is "only now starting to realize its full potential," is still seeing record-breaking Lindex currency trade levels.
Encrypted network in Vienna, Austria, which has been worked on four more than four years by 41 organizations from 12 countries, hints at the future of government and business data.
A survey by the Corporate IT Forum finds that, with Windows XP holding strong, interest in the unreleased Windows 7 outstrips that for Vista.
Don't miss this photo gallery of Hewlett-Packard's emerging tech for its Snapfish photo site, its Mscapes location application, and even its stab at quantum computing.
Mansion and three huts used by World War II code breakers such as Alan Turing need millions of dollars of repair, director says.
Almost half IT decision makers are using or evaluating the OS, and 35 percent are in the process of migration, a CDW poll shows.
University of Missouri and U.K.'s De Montfort University team up for computational-intelligence project.