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COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN/
RTX6V2V
June 13, 2008
A video camera is placed to broadcast live images to internet TV during a candle-light rally against...
Seoul, South Korea
A video camera is placed to broadcast live images to internet TV during a candle-light rally against...
A video camera is placed to broadcast live images to internet TV during a candle-light rally against "dangerous" U.S. beef imports in Seoul June 12, 2008. In this country, one of the most wired and technology savvy in the world, the month-long series of gatherings has also been a valuable testing ground for the latest communication devices, gadgets and websites. From high-resolution camera phones to instant broadcasting software and water cannon-resistant camcorders, the latest advances in communications were in evidence during the five weeks since the protests began. Picture taken June 12, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN/
RTX6V2S
June 13, 2008
A high school student uses his mobile phone to take pictures during a candle-light rally against "dangerous"...
Seoul, South Korea
A high school student uses his mobile phone to take pictures during a candle-light rally against "dangerous"...
A high school student uses his mobile phone to take pictures during a candle-light rally against "dangerous" U.S. beef imports in Seoul June 12, 2008. In this country, one of the most wired and technology savvy in the world, the month-long series of gatherings has also been a valuable testing ground for the latest communication devices, gadgets and websites. From high-resolution camera phones to instant broadcasting software and water cannon-resistant camcorders, the latest advances in communications were in evidence during the five weeks since the protests began. Picture taken June 12, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN/
RTX6V2R
June 13, 2008
A high school student uses his mobile phone to send SMS messages during a candle-light rally against...
Seoul, South Korea
A high school student uses his mobile phone to send SMS messages during a candle-light rally against...
A high school student uses his mobile phone to send SMS messages during a candle-light rally against "dangerous" U.S. beef imports in Seoul June 12, 2008. In this country, one of the most wired and technology savvy in the world, the month-long series of gatherings has also been a valuable testing ground for the latest communication devices, gadgets and websites. From high-resolution camera phones to instant broadcasting software and water cannon-resistant camcorders, the latest advances in communications were in evidence during the five weeks since the protests began. Picture taken June 12, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN/
RTX4PL0
December 13, 2007
An Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo is displayed in San Francisco, California, December 10, 2007....
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
An Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo is displayed in San Francisco, California
An Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo is displayed in San Francisco, California, December 10, 2007. Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. is finding potential beauty, and sales, in an eco-friendly notebook PC encased in natural material: Bamboo. Picture taken December 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN/
RTX4PKV
December 13, 2007
An Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo is displayed in San Francisco, California, December 10, 2007....
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
An Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo is displayed in San Francisco
An Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo is displayed in San Francisco, California, December 10, 2007. Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. is finding potential beauty, and sales, in an eco-friendly notebook PC encased in natural material: Bamboo. Picture taken December 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN/
RTX4PKS
December 13, 2007
Debby Lee of Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. media relations holds an Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Lee of Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. media relations holds an Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo...
Debby Lee of Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. media relations holds an Asus Eco Book made partly from bamboo in San Francisco, California, December 10, 2007. Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. is finding potential beauty, and sales, in an eco-friendly notebook PC encased in natural material: Bamboo. Picture taken December 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN
RTR1M7EO
February 10, 2007
An employee at an online game operator plays on-line Baduk in Seoul February 8, 2007. The game, called...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee at an online game operator plays on-line Baduk in Seoul
An employee at an online game operator plays on-line Baduk in Seoul February 8, 2007. The game, called Wei Qi in China and Go in Japan, is an ideal candidate to benefit from the on-line boom as gaming firms move to offer international networks to connect hundreds of millions of players, most of them in East Asia. Picture taken February 8, 2007. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN
RTR1K6SR
December 08, 2006
A man uses a laptop to access the internet at a convenience store in Taipei December 8, 2006. As much...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man displays a laptop to surf on internet at convenient store in Taipei
A man uses a laptop to access the internet at a convenience store in Taipei December 8, 2006. As much of the world buzzes with high-speed 3G mobile services, Taipei is humming another wireless broadband tune with a year-old network providing low-cost Wi-Fi service throughout the city. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
COLUMN-PLUGGEDIN
RTR1K6SN
December 08, 2006
A man uses a laptop to access the internet at a convenience store in Taipei December 8, 2006. As much...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man uses a laptop to access the internet at convenience store in Taipei
A man uses a laptop to access the internet at a convenience store in Taipei December 8, 2006. As much of the world buzzes with high-speed 3G mobile services, Taipei is humming another wireless broadband tune with a year-old network providing low-cost Wi-Fi service throughout the city. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1H4J3
September 08, 2006
Timothy Sainte-Hilaire (top), author of an internet blog titled"Old Grandma Hardcore" watches his grandmother...
Mantua, UNITED STATES
Timothy Sainte-Hilaire watches his grandmother Barbara play in her gaming room in Mantua
Timothy Sainte-Hilaire (top), author of an internet blog titled"Old Grandma Hardcore" watches his grandmother Barbara play in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many of her peers, 70-year-old Sainte-Hilaire, MTV's "senior" video game correspondent and star of the blog "Old Grandma Hardcore," is a sensation in video game circles. A video gamer for three decades, the foul-mouthed granny who favors role-playing games and admittedly stinks at sports titles, says she indulges her habit for about 10 hours a day -- significantly more than her 23-year-old grandson, Timothy. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1H4J0
September 08, 2006
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire poses in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many...
Mantua, UNITED STATES
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire poses in her gaming room in Mantua
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire poses in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many of her peers, 70-year-old Sainte-Hilaire, MTV's "senior" video game correspondent and star of the blog "Old Grandma Hardcore," is a sensation in video game circles. A video gamer for three decades, the foul-mouthed granny who favors role-playing games and admittedly stinks at sports titles, says she indulges her habit for about 10 hours a day -- significantly more than her 23-year-old grandson, Timothy. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1H4IZ
September 08, 2006
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire plays in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many...
Mantua, UNITED STATES
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire plays in her gaming room in Mantua
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire plays in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many of her peers, 70-year-old Sainte-Hilaire, MTV's "senior" video game correspondent and star of the blog "Old Grandma Hardcore," is a sensation in video game circles. A video gamer for three decades, the foul-mouthed granny who favors role-playing games and admittedly stinks at sports titles, says she indulges her habit for about 10 hours a day -- significantly more than her 23-year-old grandson, Timothy. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1H4IX
September 08, 2006
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire (L) and her grandson Timothy pose outside their home in Mantua, Ohio September...
Mantua, UNITED STATES
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire and her grandson Timothy pose outside their home in Mantua
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire (L) and her grandson Timothy pose outside their home in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many of her peers, 70-year-old Sainte-Hilaire, MTV's "senior" video game correspondent and star of the blog "Old Grandma Hardcore," is a sensation in video game circles. A video gamer for three decades, the foul-mouthed granny who favors role-playing games and admittedly stinks at sports titles, says she indulges her habit for about 10 hours a day -- significantly more than her 23-year-old grandson, Timothy. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1H4IU
September 08, 2006
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire plays in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many...
Mantua, UNITED STATES
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire plays in her gaming room in Mantua
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire plays in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many of her peers, 70-year-old Sainte-Hilaire, MTV's "senior" video game correspondent and star of the blog "Old Grandma Hardcore," is a sensation in video game circles. A video gamer for three decades, the foul-mouthed granny who favors role-playing games and admittedly stinks at sports titles, says she indulges her habit for about 10 hours a day -- significantly more than her 23-year-old grandson, Timothy. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1H4IT
September 08, 2006
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire poses in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many...
Mantua, UNITED STATES
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire poses in her gaming room in Mantua
Barbara Sainte-Hilaire poses in her gaming room in Mantua, Ohio September 8, 2006. Unbeknownst to many of her peers, 70-year-old Sainte-Hilaire, MTV's "senior" video game correspondent and star of the blog "Old Grandma Hardcore," is a sensation in video game circles. A video gamer for three decades, the foul-mouthed granny who favors role-playing games and admittedly stinks at sports titles, says she indulges her habit for about 10 hours a day -- significantly more than her 23-year-old grandson, Timothy. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN ROBOTS
RTR1FPUI
July 21, 2006
Tandy Trower, general manager of Microsoft Robotics Group, shows off a selection of robots his team works...
Redmond, USA
Tandy Trower, general manager of Microsoft Robotics Group, shows off a selection of robots his team works...
Tandy Trower, general manager of Microsoft Robotics Group, shows off a selection of robots his team works with at Microsoft in Redmond July 14, 2006. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN ROBOTS
RTR1FPUH
July 21, 2006
Tandy Trower, general manager of the Microsoft Robotics Group, shows off one of the robots his team works...
Redmond, USA
Tandy Trower, general manager of Microsoft Robotics Group, shows off one of the robots his team works...
Tandy Trower, general manager of the Microsoft Robotics Group, shows off one of the robots his team works on in Redmond, Washington, July 14, 2006. Picture taken July 14, 2006. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo (UNITED STATES)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1FA1S
July 07, 2006
A cellphone, showing a baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting, is seen at a Japanese pub in...
Tokyo, Japan
Cellphone showing a baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting is seen at a Japanese pub in Tokyo...
A cellphone, showing a baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting, is seen at a Japanese pub in Tokyo July 4, 2006. Picture taken July 4, 2006. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1FA1R
July 07, 2006
A cellphone, showing a baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting, is seen at a Japanese pub in...
Tokyo, Japan
Cellphone showing baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting is seen at a Japanese pub in Tokyo...
A cellphone, showing a baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting, is seen at a Japanese pub in Tokyo July 4, 2006. Picture taken July 4, 2006. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1FA1O
July 07, 2006
Hisao Sakai, 53-year-old managing director at an investment firm, watches his favourite baseball team,...
Tokyo, Japan
Hisao Sakai watches on his TV cellphone as he drinks with friends at a Japanese pub in Tokyo
Hisao Sakai, 53-year-old managing director at an investment firm, watches his favourite baseball team, the Yomiuri Giants, play the Chunichi Dragons on his TV cellphone as he drinks with friends at a Japanese pub in Tokyo July 4, 2006. Picture taken July 4, 2006. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTR1FA1M
July 07, 2006
Mitsuo Nishigaki shows off his TV cellphone showing a baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting...
Tokyo, Japan
Mitsuo Nishigaki shows off his TV cellphone as he drinks with friends at a Japanese pub in Tokyo
Mitsuo Nishigaki shows off his TV cellphone showing a baseball game of digital terrestrial broadcasting as he drinks with friends at a Japanese pub in Tokyo July 4, 2006. Picture taken July 4, 2006. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
COLUMN PLUGGEDIN
RTRJDBS
February 21, 2003
A Shuttle Computer Inc employee displays the latest version of its small
form factor computer at a news...
Taipei, Taiwan
A SHUTTLE COMPUTER INC EMPLOYEE DISPLAYS THE COMPANY'S LATEST
MACHINE IN TAIPEI.
A Shuttle Computer Inc employee displays the latest version of its small
form factor computer at a news conference in Taipei on February 21, 2003.
Taking a page from Apple Computer's iMac handbook, the Taiwanese computer
manufacturer is hoping to turn PCs into a living-room accessory with a sleek
design and a new coat of paint. Picture taken February 21. REUTERS/Simon
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