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Published: Thu, 13 October 2005 0:42:52 EST

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Apple introduces video iPod

Thu, 13 October 2005 23:9:23 EST

SAN JOSE, Calif. - Apple Computer Inc. unveiled Wednesday an iPod capable of playing videos, evolving the portable music player of choice into a multimedia platform for everything from TV shows to music videos.



Prices for flat-screen TVs may be nearing sweet spot

Sun, 21 August 2005 21:8:50 EST

SAN FRANCISCO - Bud Werner and his wife are longtime movie buffs. For more than a year, he pined for a flat-panel television, thrilled by 60-inch screens thin enough to hang on a wall and turn his living room into a mini-movie theater.



Well, picture that: photo-sharing Web sites

Fri, 19 August 2005 21:10:4 EST

Showing off where you've been is half the fun of coming home - and with the digital camera explosion, you've probably taken more photos than ever before. Photo-sharing Web sites let you upload the images, send out a link to your photo gallery and then let others choose the ones they'd like to download or print. You save on prints, Aunt Edna doesn't ask for the negative, and everyone can see (or skip) the slideshow of your latest vacation at their leisure.



Experts offer individual homework help online

Fri, 19 August 2005 21:8:16 EST

Robert Stewart, the man behind the "Ask Dr. Bob" Web service, is glad to answer any questions students may have about oceans.