In 2005, Steve Jobs gave the commencement speech at Stanford. It’s now been viewed by millions — an inspirational message about life, death, and motivation.
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Who are the smartest and most innovative researchers across the U.S.? The editors of Popular Science have chose this year’s “Brilliant 10”: researchers and scientists representing “the best of what science can achieve and demonstrate.”
Google recently acquired Zagat, the restaurant-guide company, and that should make things interesting for anyone who’s ever used one of the Zagat guides—or a service like Yelp—to find restaurants. Here’s a list of apps and websites for finding restaurants and ordering food.
PCMag is known for its detailed reviews, and now the magazine is giving readers a chance to decide what’s the best among the latest in popular techno-gadgets: tablets and ebook readers.
More and more people are reading books on their Kindles and iPads and other e-reading devices, but there are still zillions of printed books being purchased, too. But is the printed book about to become a relic? Maybe so, says a writer for the Telegraph.
Here’s what Consumer Search says about three backpacks suitable for college students, high schoolers, and others.
What are the best laptops, netbooks, and tablet computers for college students? Consumer Reports took a look and evaluated the best of them.
Is the PC still relevant? It sure is. And with the 30th anniversary of the PC, PCMag is taking a look at the past (and into the future).
Brain Pickings is a wonderful weekly e-newsletter about culture, and it recently featured a pair of reviews of children’s books written by famous authors, from Mark Twain to Virginia Woolf.