Jack White works in an office. Until the White Stripes’ formal dissolution in February, White was the singer, guitarist and songwriter for one of the biggest rock bands in the world.
As the founder and chairman of his eponymous computer company, Michael Dell changed the way PCs are made and sold.
Landing in stores October, Windows 7 is sparking a surprisingly heated debate (in our forums, at least) on whether or not upgrading from XP is a good idea. If you’re in the "nay" camp, we’re going to lay out seven reasons why you should consider switching your stance to "yay." When scanning our list, we politely encourage you to ask yourself, “Do I really want to continue using an eight-year-old operating system” Followed by “Don’t I deserve better” Because no matter how comfortable you are with XP, you do deserve an OS that’s both newer and better, and Windows 7 will deliver
Apple is rumored to be working on something bigger than an iPod Touch, but smaller than a MacBook. Past patent applications filed by the company and whispers from contract manufacturers point to a midsize gadget with a screen of 7 to 8 inches in the works, perhaps scheduled to debut early next year. It’s been variously described as a tablet-like device, a “media pad,” and an iPod Touch on steroids
Emblazoned on a long, tall, concrete barrier in the midst of a rocky Middle Eastern landscape is this spray-painted message: "Mirror, mirror on the wall. When will this senseless object fall?" It’s one of more than 900 graffiti messages that have been spray-painted by Palestinians on the controversial wall that separates Israel and the West Bank.