Among tons of other announcements at CES, RCA has become the first company to announce the first wireless mp3 player to utilize Kleer Audio Technology.
Why is this interesting? The technology delivers 10 times the battery life of Bluetooth, crystal clear audio sound to up to 4 recipients at the same time etc.
Read the RCA press release at http://home.rca.com/en-US/PressReleaseDet
coondoggie writes "In a rather disconcerting find, almost one in five small business managers read work-related e-mails and other documents in the bathroom, presumably at work. It's worse that almost 50% of them said they work while driving, but the bathroom? What could be that interesting? (This study follows another one that indicated more Americans are logging wirelessly into the Internet — from their bathrooms.) The survey of 300 small business owners (with up to 20 employees) was sponsored by Staples and conducted by International Communications Research.
Here are some other findings: One in five (21%) work while eating dinner at least 4-5 times per week...
From the interview: "Software is basically entirely abstract, except for the screens, and the screens are what business people always end up focusing on. The insubstantiality of the product promotes the idea that, hey, why should it take so long? There's nothing there.""
An anonymous reader writes "Google shot straight to the top in its first appearance on Fortune's list this year. Find out why, plus see detailed profiles for all the best places to work. And some pretty cool photo galleries of Googlers at work, a Google perk gallery and a Google complex gallery. Nice!"
darkonc writes "Some people testing Microsoft's Windows Vista got an unexpected holiday surprise: their TVs stopped working.... Microsoft blames this on the fact that they only licensed the MPEG2 CODED for RC1 until the end of 2006 (Beta users were told that the software was good until April), but even people with third party decoders can't access their content (both live and stored). This is how "Trusted Computing" is supposed to work. If somebody in Redmond (or elsewhere) decides that you can't use certain content, nothing that you try to do should allow you access — Owning the content, or obtaining the rights by some other path, is no defense.
5 million people downloaded RC1, and some have access to Vista Final or RC2 (100K copies downloaded). The rest will have to wait until the end of January to access their suddenly banned content."