Topic: Science and Technology
From the Kindle to the iPad, e-readers are revolutionizing reading. They are handy, instantaneous, and spreading like wildfire. What they will never give you is the pleasure of wandering through the aisles of a bookstore.
10/14/2011 12:48 pm
Steve Wozniak helped found Apple with the late Steve Jobs. That didn't keep Steve Wozniak from waiting with others for Apple's latest product.
10/14/2011 11:42 am
Global News Blog Good Reads: Innovation and survival as seen through caveman cosmetics factory, post-Jobs Apple
Today's Good Reads focuses on offbeat news stories, including the discovery of a 100,000-year-old caveman cosmetics factory in a South African cave, and a profile of a young executive at Apple who may keep the creative juices flowing.
10/14/2011 09:27 am
If you use the right ingredients, pureeing your own baby food can be a smart financial move
10/14/2011 09:00 am
A three-day BlackBerry data outage has come to an end. On Thursday, RIM founder Mike Lazaridis took to the Web to apologize to users.
10/14/2011 01:00 am
Moon meet Jupiter, Jupiter meet moon. The two most brilliant objects in our current night sky will make for an eye-catching duo tonight, weather permitting.
10/13/2011 07:52 pm
Throughout history ocher has been used for art and adornment. Scientists report finding evidence of a 100,000-year-old cosmetics/paint workshop for producing a pigmented compound in a South African cave.
10/13/2011 07:05 pm
Netflix: Under a four-year licensing deal announced Thursday, Netflix will have the right to show the previous seasons of TV series that CW airs through the network's 2014-15 programming window.
10/13/2011 06:28 pm
iPhone 4S preorders are already through the roof, Apple says.
10/13/2011 04:53 pm
The phone app "Fight Back" will be launched in Delhi, India, and will send out a text message with a GPS location to up to five people, including police, and as a post on Facebook and Twitter.
10/13/2011 03:56 pm