Prysm preps super-efficient laser phosphor TVs

Silicon Valley start-up will edge into commercial display market with laser phosphor display, which offers good image quality and a power efficiency boost.

UPS turns data analysis into big savings

Package delivery giant is saving millions in dollars and gallons of fuel by applying complex data analysis to info coming daily from its trucks.

Mozilla fixes security hole with Firefox 3.6.3

The new browser version, released just over a week after Firefox 3.6.2, fixes another critical vulnerability in the open-source browser.

Pixar's 'Toy Story 3' a very big winner

The third installment of its original franchise doesn't come out until June 18. But an advance screening at Pixar's headquarters shows that the studio is still very much on top of its game.

The math that defines how Web rumors fly

Italian mathematicians create an equation that claims to define the speed and power with which gossip spreads across the Web. They have yet to test it on celebrity tittle-tattle.

Find your place at the Where 2.0 Conference (photos)

With location-based data becoming increasingly more important, the Where 2.0 Conference in San Jose, Calif., takes a look at some of the newest map-making APIs leaving their mark on the developer community.

Lincoln adds a hybrid

At the 2010 New York auto show, Lincoln launches the 2011 MKZ Hybrid.

Coming April 8: CNET Showcase--3D in the home

Don't miss our hands-on event and discussion on upcoming consumer 3D products!

Ed Roberts, creator of early PC, dies

Roberts, whose MITS Altair 8800 is often cited as the original personal computer, died Thursday at age 68.

Congressman's island-capsizing query goes viral

Rep. Hank Johnson, a Georgia Democrat, asked if adding a few thousand people to Guam would make the island "become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize." And then the video appeared online.

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