Miami (FL) - With today's lifting of Nvidia's 9800 GX2 NDA, system builders are announcing desktops powered by the dual-processor graphics card.
Olympia (WA) - Small USB thumb drives are great for most people, but they cause headaches for government agencies handling sensitive information.
Hawthorne (CA) - Tesla Motors has announced that it will begin regular production of its all-electric Roadster.
Hong Kong - Nvidia's NDA has lifted and over the next few hours you'll see a flurry of product announcements and benchmarks spring up around the Net.
Herat (Afghanistan) - The United States Army is dazzling Afghani drivers with laser light in a bid to prevent accidents with its convoys.
Gainesville (FL) - The infamous video of a University of Florida student being tasered is a nominee for the 2007 YouTube Video Awards.
Los Angeles (CA) - With all the expensive products we see and review, it's pretty refreshing to play with something that doesn't suck.
Cambridge (MA) - The servers of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard were hacked last month and the intruder appears to have placed the data on Torrent sites.
London (England) - Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web (sorry Al Gore fans), claims next generation web technology companies could surpass Google.
Miami (FL) - A University Of South Florida College Of Public Health study says red light cameras actually increase the number and severity of crashes.
Santa Clara (CA) - Computerworld is reporting that Intel will unveil new solid-state drives with capacities of up to 160 GB.
San Jose (CA) - Beginning LAN party organizers often struggle with mind-numbing business details, but that's about to change with Palit's launch of what it calls the "ultimate LAN party resource".
Beverly Hills (CA) - Sure the RED-ONE camera isn't new, but this didn't stop hundreds of videographers from drooling at last week's HD Expo in Beverly Hills.
Redmond (WA) - Microsoft's servers are experiencing technical problems today and millions of Hotmail and Xbox Live servers were unable to log in as of 12 noon today.