Redmond (WA) - Bill Gates, a constant forward-thinker and innovator, spoke at a summit for corporate CEOs this week and talked about what he sees as possible 5 - 10 years in the future.
Seattle (WA) - If you're looking for that rare album from the '70s and don't want to spend a fortune on Ebay, Amazon's "CreateSpace" service may have the answer for you.
London (England) - The latest release of Linux's Ubuntu platform has been distributed this week, bringing it to version 8.
Burbank (CA) - Warner Bros has decided to follow in the foot steps of some other movie studios, bringing on-demand video and digitial downloads of future releases the same day they come out on DVD.
Palo Alto (CA) - Xerox's research lab is one of the big technology hot spots around the world, and it recently highlighted some of the innovations it is working on to pave the way to the future.
Palo Alto (CA) - HP today announced that it has proven the existence of a new basic element, an intriguing breakthrough that could lead to big advancements to anything that uses electronic circuits.
Hannover (Germany) - Scientists in Germany have made a breakthrough in one of the biggest emerging markets in the battery industry: lithium-ion.
San Francisco (CA) - Yahoo has created a strategic partnership with Google and is reportedly in talks with AOL, while Microsoft may team up with News Corp to launch a new bid to take over Yahoo.
Pricewatch - Over the past month we have been reporting on the pricing trend of Blu-ray Dusc players.
Mountain View (CA) - The Rolling Stones have teamed up with Youtube to launch a new entertainment channel that allows users to interact with the famed singers.
New York (NY) - Comcast this week began offering a new tier of Internet speed, allowing users a 50 mbps connection, which is quick enough to download a full HD movie in 10 minutes.
San Francisco (CA) - Intel today announced a new line of products in its Classmate PC project, an initiative to create low-cost computers for disadvantaged children.
Pricewatch - Sony, Sharp and Panasonic Blu-ray players continue to climb an upward price slope as demand has increased and competition decreased in the high definition video market, TG Daily found.