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Touch-Screen Functionality Comes to Digital Photo Frames

New touch-screen capable digital photo frames have been released from Pandigital. The PanTouch line boasts an impressive feature set including connectivity via bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, USB 2.0, and via 6-in-1 card reader. Can Pandigital hit another home run with its latest product line?

New Spy-Like Gadget to Help Recover SMS Messages

A new spy gadget helps recover deleted SMS messages from the SIM card of any cell phone. Cheating significant others, shady business people, and teenagers the world over are getting nervous.

Green Lawnmower For the Lazy Environmentalists

Once upon a time lazy environmentalists, like me, tired of pushing our push reel mowers, dreamed of an eco-friendly automatic lawnmower that would cut our lawns on it’s own. Helping us live our green lives more conveniently. Luckily, I have a friend who thinks about me and sends me links like the one for the Robomower Automatic Lawnmower RL-1000 .

Stickybot is a Spy in the Sky

The Geico lizard might be nervous as there appears to be a new reptile in town that is aiming to grab some attention.

Well, it's not actually a reptile, to be be honest. And it has nothing to do with car insurance. But it will likely steal some of the thunder away from the amiable reptile that hawks auto insurance. The Pentagon says the robotic lizard could be used to spy on America's enemies.


Liquid Computer Speeds Things Up

John Campbell, a political science major at Texas Christian University, has developed a liquid computer that has more than doubled current processing speeds. Is this the next big evolution in computer technology?

Google Strikes Fear Into the Hearts of Retailers and Publishers

Google's new search-within-search technology appears great for consumers. But will the outcry from retailers and online publishers be enough to make Google reconsider? All the details after the jump.

Computer World Changes In China: PC Makers Look to Asia

Dell Computers announces major expansion into China with more than a dozen new products, including major Internet investments.

New Intel Technology Sends Wireless Signal Up to 60 Miles

Connecting rural and remote areas of a country has long been a lofty goal. Intel takes us one giant step closer to achieving that goal with the introdcution of their Rural Connectivity Platform (RCP) technology.

Leave The Board Behind: Scrabble Goes Online Under Another Name

The classic board game Scrabble has a new home online, though it's not an official one! Thousands of people are playing "Scrabulous" every day, even as its inventors face off against toy company giants.

Windows Vista SP1 - What You Need To Know

Windows Vista has been out for over a year now. Microsoft is set to release service pack one for the newest member of the Windows family. Is Vista SP1 a compelling reason to upgrade to Vista? Or should you keep on waiting? All the details are inside.