Will Lawsuits Make Aereo's Free Cloud TV DOA?

Just two weeks after Aero opened up shop, a few broadcast TV networks are already trying get the cloud-based TV service shut down in the courts. ABC, PBS, and Univision are amongst a group of companies suing to prevent Aereo from letting you capture the airwaves. » 3/02/12 10:35am 3/02/12 10:35am

Ford Inspired by Chocolate Bar For New Lightweight Plastic

It may not be available in the US, but American car company Ford looked to Nestlé's Aero chocolate bar for inspiration when designing their new ultra-light plastic for their cars. Hoping to make a lighter plastic for better handling and accelerating, but not compromising its strength and durability, they examined the… » 4/08/11 12:40pm 4/08/11 12:40pm

Dell Aero Gets Official: Lightweight Phone Running Obsolete Android Is …

Dell's been touting the world's lightest Android phone since March, and today the little guy is officially hits the scene for $100 with a 2-year AT&T contract. Too bad its operating system is over a year behind. » 8/24/10 11:26am 8/24/10 11:26am

Did Microsoft Deceive With 'Vista Capable'?

A judge has ruled that a trial against Microsoft can proceed to decide whether they misled people with their "Vista Capable" advertising campaign. Two PC buyers have started a class action, and are arguing that they bought machines that weren't capable of running Aero, even though they were marked as "Vista Capable." » 8/09/07 4:53am 8/09/07 4:53am