Amazon.com Inc. has revealed another prong of its strategy in making its gigantic e-book librairy available on a device already in million of hands: bringing its Kindle e-book reader to the iPhone.
Every once in a while a company comes along that "kicks it up a notch" and leverages the awesome power of the Internet to solve some long-standing problems for entrepreneurs. Here are two cool, new Web sites that you should know more about.
Polaroid is abandoning instant film, but if you’re going to miss the feel of getting a small print in your hand a minute after snapping a picture, the company has a solution: a battery-powered printer that fits in your pocket.
For years, Flash software has added pop and sizzle to Web pages, making possible animations, slide shows and interactive games. Now the graphic interface technology is coming to the mobile-phone screen.
Thanks to falling prices of memory chips and computer hard disks, for example, the digital music player you buy today may cost the same as last year’s model, but may hold twice as much music.
Since its launch in March 2007, video-streaming site Hulu has become a popular place to catch TV shows, video clips and movies for free on the Web.