CEOs Who Use Twitter — Tweets from the Chiefs — In August 2008 we reported on 18 chief executives who use the microblogging application Twitter to clue customers in on new services, help them with questions about their products, and [...]
What’s up, bot? Google tries new Captcha method — Google has released research results about a new test to foil computers pretending to be humans by requiring them to orient an image so it’s upright.
Amid the general love-fest over the Amazon Kindle, its DRM is beginning to bite some users in the butt as they are getting locked out of their accounts and, subsequently, their e-book purchases. The incidents highlight once again that the [...]
Designer D.K. Wei came up with this awesome furniture concept: A sofa that floats on a magnetic field. It’s called "Cloud."
“Google CEO Eric Schmidt has hit back at newspaper bosses, warning them that they risk alienating readers in their war against news aggregators such as Google News. ‘I would encourage everybody to think in terms of what your reader wants,’ [...]
FriendFeed has unveiled a new beta that brings some rather drastic changes to its lifestreaming service. Users have always been able to import and share their activity from dozens of other communities and create content on the site. Now, FriendFeed [...]
There are certain things you don’t do in your car when your employer is paying you to drive around. One thing people may still do even if they are being paid to drive around is speed; maybe not excessively or [...]
Think Microblogging is Hip? Try Nanoblogging! — With all the hype surrounding Twitter these days, it was only a matter of time before someone tried to outdo them and come out with an even faster and more efficient method of [...]
Microsoft has revealed more about Windows 7 and its support for touch screen technology. The system sounds impressive, however, reports suggest it appears to have a high error rate. In an early version of the system, Microsoft found some problems. [...]
The recession is bad. And it could get worse before it gets better. But the downturn will end. And when it does, the consumer electronics and IT industries will look very different from those that entered the recession in late [...]