Andrew Bynum back at work



EL SEGUNDO – Now that all the fallout is over (is it really over?) from injured Laker center Andrew Bynum’s recent visit to the Playboy mansion, more important issues can be address.

Such as, when will Bynum’s right knee be healthy enough for him to return to action? Continue reading

Apple 3D interactive multi-touch sphere

Moixa, the maker of the innovative USBCell batteries plans to transform the way we interact with computers with the launch of a 3D interactive multi-touch sphere that can be used to display the world, browse web pages or control interactive games. Continue reading



World leaders gathered in london for the G-20 Summit have agreed on measures aimed at shortening the global recession.

President Barack Obama leaves the G-20 Summit of world leaders with the agreement that other countries are committed to a global plan for economic recovery, but with the understanding that the United States doesn’t call all the shots. Continue reading

A Look Inside Twitter’s New ‘Discovery Engine’

Twitter’s trying to step up its game with a newly introduced Discovery Engine — a souped-up search feature coming soon to your Twitter home page. The futuristic-sounding service packs some extra punch into Twitter’s existing search functionality and could give the site’s Web interface a much needed jolt of energy. Continue reading

Microsoft releases more code under an open-source license


Microsoft is continuing to parcel out products and technologies which it is willing to license under an approved open-source license.

The newest addition to Microsoft’s open-source-licensed family is ASP.Net MVC (Model View Controller) Version 1.0. Microsoft is making the source code for the product available under the Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL) Continue reading

Intel’s Share Of Chip Market Rises, AMD’s Falls

While Atom certainly contributed to Intel’s success, other brands and products in the desktop, notebook, and server segments added to its power.

ntel (NSDQ: INTC)’s share of the global microprocessor market increased every quarter of 2008, while rival Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) saw its share fall, a market researcher said Wednesday. Continue reading

Did Obama Violate Copyright Law With iPod Gift?

President Barack Obama gave Queen Elizabeth II an iPod on Thursday with some 40 Broadway songs from popular musicals like West Side Story and the King and I.

Yet convoluted U.S. copyright laws make it unclear whether the chief executive is a copyright scofflaw. Fred von Lohmann, a copyright expert at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, explains:

“You know your copyright laws are broken when there is no easy answer to this question,” he wrote.

Read his Thursday blog post here.