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Sony has faced stiff competition in recent years from the huge popularity of the iPod and other products that rival its own.
Hi-tech Atmospheric Water Generator sucks humidity out of the air and purifies it for about 20 cents per gallon.
As with Facebook and Twitter, Ping will deliver a stream of updates, showing friends' iTunes purchases and other information.
It looks like a hockey puck, but Apple TV + fledgling agreements with Fox & ABC announced today could be the modest beginning of a whole new business model for television.
Apple-watchers speculate that the company could show off an updated iPod, a new version of its Apple TV set-top box or more iTunes features.
Japanese men are taking real vacations with their "girlfriends" as part of a dating simulation game.
Eco-photos of the week: Aug. 22-28.
New project from SENSEable City Laboratory proposes a quicker, more efficient cleanup system.
The long-anticipated move by the computer manufacturer puts Dell in competition with Apple, the market leader in smartphones.
Eco-photos of the week: Aug. 15-21
Google will be shipping its own branded tablet with Verizon service to compete with the iPad, but skeptics say the Chrome OS may not fly.
Cheap solar panels, micro-inverters, and plug-in technology make DIY solar a reality for the first time.
Some governments argue that technology offered by BlackBerry, Google Talk or Skype is impacting their ability to identify terrorist operations.
Eco-photos of the week: Aug. 8-14.
BlackBerry e-mail and instant-messaging services will be blocked if the maker doesn’t address Indian national security concerns by Aug. 31.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.