InFocus LP340 projector

InFocus LP340 projector

As technology grows more powerful, it also becomes more affordable. While Moore's Law usually refers to processors, InFocus Corp.'s LP340...

December 13th, 2000 Gordon Meyer

Porn Goes Public

Porn Goes Public

The row of single-story, aluminum-clad buildings that serve as Vivid Entertainment's headquarters in Van Nuys, Calif., is unprepossessing - except...

November 3rd, 2000 Kenneth Li

Glimpse of a Wired World

Glimpse of a Wired World

Suits with computers woven into them. Glasseswhich deliver streaming video. They're not partof your world today -- but Terry Retter...

October 31st, 2000 Robert Parkins

New connections heat up Antarctica

New connections heat up Antarctica

Antarctica is a desert on ice. Although the continent holds more than 90 per cent of the world's ice, it...

October 21st, 2000 Dan Caterinicchia

Technology will allow us to go virtually anywhere

Technology will allow us to go virtually anywhere

Imagine sitting in your office or at home and suddenly seeing the wall in front of you disappear. Behind it...

October 21st, 2000 Barbara Forster

IBM gets Real

IBM gets Real

Answering an increased demand from its service provider customers for better audio and video streaming capabilities, IBM Corp. on Thursday...

October 20th, 2000 Dan Neel

IBM gets Real

IBM gets Real

Answering an increased demand from its service provider customers for better audio and video streaming capabilities, IBM Corp. on Thursday...

October 19th, 2000 Dan Neel

Forrester: music, book industry to lose billions

Forrester: music, book industry to lose billions

Internet market analysts to publishers: Weep. The music and book publishing industry stands to lose billions in revenue from on-line...

October 5th, 2000 George A. Chidi Jr

Banners have proved a disaster, says Web publisher

Banners have proved a disaster, says Web publisher

Advertising on the Internet has been "an absolute, complete, unmitigated failure," said Jason McCabe Calacanis, editor and CEO of Silicon...

September 21st, 2000 Rick Perera