The news raced through Silicon Valley like a burst of electrons. Steven Jobs, 33, co-founder of Apple Computer and one of the world’s most famous entrepreneurs, was set to unveil the machine he had been laboring on since he stormed out of Apple nearly three years ago
The financial crises and recession of recent years left no part of the global economy unscathed, and that includes the rarified legal field, which has seen revenues drop 10% at U.S. firms since 2008.
In a secure vault in the U.S. Army’s super-secret Intelligence and Security Command in northern Virginia, Colonel Mike Tanksley sketches the barest outlines of the new Armageddons
This is partly a story about a company called Apple Computer. It’s also partly a story about a fancy new iPod that plays videos as well as music and that could dramatically change the way people entertain themselves.
It is commonly said that we know more about the Moon than the deep blue sea. That’s because electricity is nonexistent in Gathungu’s hometown of Njoro, in northwest Kenya
Formula One’s budget cap row looks over as Ferrari and other leading teams submitted conditional entries to the 2010 world championship on Friday. Ferrari had led opposition from the Formula One Team’s Association (FOTA) against proposals by motor sport’s governing body Federation Internationale de ”Automobile (FIA) over a proposed $60 million limit on spending by the teams. The deadline to sign up for the 2010 season was Friday and Ferrari joined McLaren, BMW Sauber, Toyota, Renault, Red Bull Racing, Toro Rosso and Brawn GP in confirming their entries
Imagine the Batmobile busting bad guys in Bismarck or "Knight Rider’s" KITT corralling criminals on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Carbon Motors Corp.’s new high-tech cop car prototype might not be quite up to superhero specs, but some police say it could be a welcome addition to their arsenal
Matthew Baron is one of those gizmo guys, the kind who covets all toys new and shiny.