After studying the movements of women for years, finally we get scientific confirmation of what we’re seeing: Researchers at Cambridge University in the U.K. have figured out exactly what makes a perfect swivel-hipped walk with “a more angular swaying and bounce to the hips.” The mathematicians got out their slide rules, calculators, blow-up dolls and […]
iDay has passed and with a weekend of frantic iPhone selling under the belt, has the iPhone managed to live up to the hype?
Most older software will run on Vista, but plenty won’t. Fortunately, Vista includes a system called “Compatibility Mode” that gives older programs a fighting chance to run on the new OS.
Don’t be surprised if very soon your toiletry kit contains not only shaving cream, deodorant and toothpaste, but concealer, oil-absorbing face powder and brow gel. That’s because guys are relying on an increasing number of made-for-men products like these to put their best face forward.
Soon, Subscribers Will Have Option to Buy Set-Top Boxes; Pros and Cons of Cablecards A generation ago, federal regulators opened the way for consumers to buy telephones rather than rent them from the phone company. Now, the government has its sights on the television set-top boxes that consumers rent from cable or satellite companies.
The Ford Shelby GT500 is the result of Carroll Shelby and the Ford Special Vehicle Team joining forces to produce a successor to the Shelby GT500 of the late 1960s.
Few mobile phones have created more buzz before becoming a reality than Apple’s iPhone – even in Europe and Asia, which will not see the talked-about handset for many months.