As millions of people get ready for Black Friday, IBM is getting ready to introduce an invention that could revolutionize the shopping experience. Oh, and also make it easy for guys to spy on undressing women.
Archive for November, 2008:
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The mouse: universally used (trackballs just don’t mesh that well with Excel) but there isn’t that much you can do with the things, right?
Dell may be missing the mark when it comes to its latest computer-selling tactic — but fear not, for TechCult has a surefire way to save the day.
The British government has done it again. Just months after misplacing a database of its entire prison population, the U.K.’s top dogs now say they’re losing an average of one government computer per week.
Here’s one for you: Your online profile may have enough information to let a savvy crook create a functioning key to your home.
Much has been made over Windows Vista’s pokey performance. Now, though, a new series of lawsuits suggests the time Vista takes to load could actually cost you cash.
WALL-E, the fictional robot from the 2008 Pixar film bearing the same name, is being closely considered for the position of Yahoo CEO, a source close to the matter has revealed.