Novatel announces a new device that enables users to create a personal mobile Wi-Fi hotspot using their cell-phone service.
Can’t you just hear Dr. Evil reading this statement: “Logitech announced today that it has manufactured one billion mice since it first started producing the digital rodents for retail in 1985.”
Microsoft took the wraps off its new Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 today at the RoboDevelopment Conference in Expo in Santa Clara, California.
Check Point Software Technologies is celebrating its 15th anniversary tomorrow by giving away free copies of its vaunted firewall software ZoneAlarm Pro 2009.
AMD will release next month a new version of its ATI Catalyst driver suite that unlocks stream-processing technology that currently lies dormant in ATI Radeon HD 4000 series videocards.
Meraki hopes it can succeed where larger players such as Earthlink and Google failed: Making a business out of providing the infrastructure for citywide Wi-Fi systems.
Gateway announced two new desktop PCs today, the gaming-oriented FX6710 and the LX6200, which the company says was designed with “digital media enthusiasts” in mind.
Remember Gamer Grub? Inventor Keith Mullin claims his “cognitive performance snacks” will “boost your brain and speed your reaction time” to make you a more competitive gamer.
The IEEE P1901 Working Group once again failed to reach a consensus on a draft standard for broadband-over-power-line networking at its most recent meeting in Madrid, Spain.