The HP w2207 22-inch LCD monitor will dress up any room with it's innovative design and stylish flare.
- Pros: Attractive design; 1000:1 contrast ratio; USB 2.0 hub; p...
- Cons: Unimpressive 2-watt speakers; somewhat spendy
JupiterResearch forecasts that over three quarters of the U.S. and Europe - but only one fifth of the world's population - will be online by 2011.
Logitech's Nano VX Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks runs for 6 months on two AAA batteries, and offers a plug-and-forget USB receiver.
Leading GPS manufacturer TomTom has announced plans to buy map maker Tele Atlas for $2.5 billion.
Helios Labs has announced its H2000 upscaling DVD player, bringing standard resolution HDMI, component, and VGA video sources up to 1080i for just $99.
Microsoft has announced it will anonymize search data gathered from Windows Live searches after 18 months, and work to create industry-wide search privacy standards.
Satellite radio operators Sirius and XM plan to offer a la carte programming offerings - provided the FCC lets the companies' merger go through.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W200 is a 12 megapixel point-and-shoot camera priced at under $399 USD.
- Pros: 12MP resolution; optical image stabilization
- Cons: Too much noise in less than ideal situations
Barring a miracle, it looks like youth-oriented mobile service operator Amp'd Mobile will be shuttering operations July 24, leaving subscribers in a lurch.
A match between human and computer poker players will test how far artificial intelligence has come at interacting with humans in complex ways.
After five years of preparation, production of the $100 laptop for the One Laptop Per Child is beginning, and the first machines will be in use in October.
The RIAA recently announced a list of 23 new schools where some students will receive pre-litigation letters for file-sharing, each will be asked for $3,000 to settle out of court.
Viewing a malicious Web page with the iPhone's built-in browser could give outsiders complete control of the phone.
Credit reporting agency Equifax has warned that people are putting too much personal information on social networking sites, leaving themselves open to identity theft.
Canadian scientists have created a program to win every time at checkers, the biggest game program ever created.