Snow beat the D.C. region this winter, despite our advanced technology, says GCN Lab director John Breeden II.
GCN Lab's Trudy Walsh takes a look at comments about her Impressions item on DC's snow panic, saying that this time, the panic may have been appropriate.
The GCN Lab's Trudy Walsh says some cities have champion sports teams; D.C. has its snow panic.
Lab Director John Breeden II attempts to clear the air after a column questioning battery life claims for the new Apple iPad draws the ire of the Mac faithful. Along the way, Steve Jobs writes to back the claims.
The GCN Lab’s Greg Crowe notes that the Open-PC's Linux-only approach could curtail its wide adoption.
GCN Lab director John Breeden II is surprised the iPad features an IPS display—they’re total power hogs.
The iPad uses multi-touch sensors, so users can swoosh and swipe the screen to move data around. It also offers an onscreen keyboard that you can size.
GCN Lab Director John Breeden notes that IBM is scoping down from servers and supercomputers to the world of handhelds.
Google sticks to its guns in opposing human rights violations by Chinese government and reconsidering its operations in China.
Rumors swirl around Apple tablet, to be announced in late January.
FOSE showcases IT that helps feds get the job done.
Kingston isn’t saying how its drives can be hacked, but from what we found experimenting with ours, we can make an intelligent guess.