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The thinnest and lightest laptop in its class, the ToughBook Y2 is worth its high price, thanks to its solid performance and five hours of battery life.
The Panasonic ToughBook 74 boasts unique durability features and a fantastic warranty, but its high price and bulky dimensions make it a good buy only if your job necessitates extreme working environments. It'll take more than the fear of a spilled cup of
The Panasonic Toughbook CF-W7 manages to be a lightweight and awkwardly bulky notebook, but this rugged ultraportable offers excellent protection for business travelers who are extra rough on their systems.
CNET News.com's Marguerite Reardon talks to the folks standing in line before the grand opening of Apple's new store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Even CEO Steve Jobs came by to see the action. The store's going to be open 24-7, so what's the rush to be first?
BellSouth's director of Converged Services, Steve Zimba, told attendees at the VON conference in San Jose that many residential customers are still wary of VoIP. CNET News.com reporter Marguerite Reardon asked if VoIP is merely a defensive tool for the telcos.
Panasonic's innovative, long-lasting ToughBook CF-W2 fills the bill for ultraportable-seeking business or home users.
After months of hype, it's finally all systems go. On Tuesday, T-Mobile will deliver the first phone to use Google's Android operating system. On the CNET News Daily Debrief, Charles Cooper speaks with wireless reporter Marguerite Reardon about the inaugural of the Android era and what it will mean for you.
Claude Berrou's turbo codes helped the development of 3G phones and transmission of high-resolution photos from space. Speaking to CNET News.com's Marguerite Reardon at the Marconi Symposium, Berrou says most of today's techology research is market-driven.
Federico Faggin pioneered the first silicon gate integrated circuits. At the Marconi Symposium in New York, Faggin tells CNET News.com's Marguerite Reardon that in terms of American technology research, there's too much emphasis on short-term goals.
Kleinrock created the basic principle of packet switching, which underpins the Internet. A decade later, his host computer at UCLA became the first node on the Internet. In an interview with CNET News.com's Marguerite Reardon, Kleinrock says today's tech companies have more competition and less money.