If I asked you about your phone, would you call it a cell phone or a mobile phone? Does it really matter what you say or is one term more appropriate than the other?
With the launch of STS-135 today, the US Space Shuttle program will end with a whimper. To celebrate the shuttles' service to both our nation and the sciences, the NASA Space Shuttle Manual by David Baker discusses the launch of the very first, Columbia.
I love the idea of a Vaio netbook, but the only thing that actually gets me going about the first of inevitably many Sony Vaio W netbooks is the 1366x768 10.1-inch screen (which ain't even unique). It's pretty, though.
With all this talk about Obama's BlackBerry and weekly YouTube addresses, we tend to assume there was no governmental tech before him. But there actually were some impressive advances in the last eight years.
his corporate pals the free market, famed pretzel aficionado and President George W Bush is saying no no no NO to free national Wi-Fi. His Commerce Secretary makes his case:
I am going to put the sake of Gizmodo's Apple fanboyism on the line by saying the Creative Zen Vision M is the most aesthetically pleasing MP3 players out there, except for the thickness. This player looks good, but unfortunately it feels like holding a brick. Creative has listened to my cries and thinned out the Zen…
This sale is on the very underrated Creative Zen Vision W portable media player. We originally speculated that this device would have a $400 price tag, but now most places carry it for $300 or so. Best Buy is selling the 30GB model of this player for $250, out the door, which isn't too shabby.
We're intrigued by the Creative Zen W. The displays on Creative's PMPs are usually tops, so we've been hunting for a nice closeup shot of the 4.3-inch widescreen on the any-format-eating player. Here's one for you, courtesy of some blog I closed the window on prematurely. Whoops! And here's a link to what we know…