In an unexpected move, Sony has announced a folding@home client for the PlaysStation 3, enabling the game system to participate in distribute computing projects when idle.
Today, notebook makers are rushing to introduce their first Core 2 Duo-powered systems. The verdict: more of the same, just faster.
Onkyo's D-TK10 speakers are jointly designed by guitar manufacturer Takamine for a unique sound.
Samsung's new A9990 phone available through Verizon, features a full-fledged 3.2 megapixel camera, media player with VCAST support and more.
- Pros: Retro design; excellent digital camera; VCAST content se...
- Cons: Mediocre call quality at times; weak flash; expensive
Market analysis firm DisplaySearch says global shipments of plasma televisions rose 95 percent during the second quarter of 2006.
MIT's One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) system is getting a new name - the CM1 - and will begin field tests next month.
Nintendo has announced it will launch pink and black versions of its Nintendo DS Lite handheld gaming system September 13.
Fresh off its EchoStar patent victory, TiVo has signed an agreement to provide software for DVRs offered by cable provider Cox Communications.
Logitech's new Revolution cordless laser mice enable fast navigation via motorized scroll wheels which spin on their own for up to seven seconds.
Apple has announced a recall of 1.8 million Sony-made laptop batteries which shipped in its iBook G4 and PowerBook G4 notebooks.
Yahoo TV has rolled out it Fall 2006 TV Preview, offering complete premiere episodes from some of this season's new TV series before they're cancelled...um, broadcast.
Hey, remember when Dell was gonna get nasty and throw down on the iPod shuffle with its DJ Ditty portable music players? (No? It's OK, nobody else does either.)
AOL has expanded its online video offerings with downloadable movies priced from $9.99 to $19.99.
Archos has announced its 404 and 604 personal media players, sporting large built-in screens, 30 GB of storage, and built-in DVR capabilities.
Nikon has unveiled five new Coolpix point-and-shoot cameras aimed at consumers, offering face-finding autofocus, image stabilization, and even Wi-Fi.