April 7, 2008
Scientists have pioneered a new internet 2.0 with download speeds about 10,000 times faster than a typical broadband connection.
An ultra-thin notebook using Intel's Atom processor makes its debut at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai.
The New York Times identifies an alarming trend: Death from over-blogging.
The Japanese soda features a marble contraption instead of a bottle cap, making it a feat to open.
Much disliked horror auteur Uwe Boll throws down the gauntlet: If 1 million people sign the petition against him, maybe he'll quit.
Nintendo Wii is releasing a cooking game that's like a virtual Iron Chef. Gordon Ramsay has his own online game, complete with bleeps.
Thirtysomething? Life not going so well? Maybe you're in the throes of a thrisis.
Companies are marketing brushtail possum fur as "eco-fur," arguing that the animal is an invasive, forest-destroying pest.
We love the '80s, if only for this timeless New York City cable access series that speaks volumes about that magical era when American culture was, apparently, devoid of all irony.