The Setup is a bunch of nerdy interviews, asking folks what computer hardware and software they use to get the job done.
Untold numbers of Chinese have characters in their names that a new system for ID cards cannot process.
Professor pioneers DIY adjustable glasses that do not need an optician
Software for $10 8-bit computers based on the NES.
Over the last year, buyers of consumer electronics chose to buy two inexpensive and simple products, the Wii and the Flip, over competing gadgets bristling with more features.
Titanium, the multitalented metal used in everything from jet engines to eyeglass frames, has taken on yet another role as the crucial component of two toothbrushes that aim to shake up the staid world of dental hygiene.
Originally saved in Times File on Nov 14, 2007
Many consumers bemoan the incessant rush of innovation that pushes manufacturers to tamper with products the consumers feel are already perfect.
Originally saved in Times File on Jul 16, 2007
Take the red pill. Get the blue screen.
The New York Times reports on the technological development of Nairobi, Kenya as this major African city struggles to complete and establish itself in the world of technology.
Featuring HCI researcher Johnny Lee
Making artifacts from an alternative age