Recent Posts By Associate Editor

Phoning Home Without a Phone

Correction: An earlier version of this column erroneously stated that GPS satellites send notifications. The SPOT Satellite Messenger uses a GPS system to determine a user’s location and a second satellite network to send notifications.

Raelian Movement Mulling Plans for ‘Macaqaid’–the First Monkey-Cloning Company?

Clarification from John Paczkowski: In an item posted Nov. 14 about cloned monkey embryos, I jokingly suggested that the Raelians, proprietors of Clonaid–the First Human Cloning Company, were considering establishing a new business called “Macaqaid–the First Monkey Cloning Company.” Obviously, this is not the case, as the UFO cult’s director of media relations was quick […]

The Week to Come: Lots of Money Stuff and Rupe Visits the Geeks!

Correction: An earlier version of this post incorrectly stated the day Apple will report its quarterly results. The company will do so Oct. 22. (See comment with post.)

TechCrunch40: Rich Media and Mash-Ups

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3G iPhone in Europe? Nix, Nicht, Nein, Non!

Correction: Because of an editing error, an earlier version of the first paragraph of this post incorrectly referred to a “2.5-gigabyte” device instead of 2.5G device (as in “generation”) as the author intended. (See comments with post.)

Moving a 25 GB File From a Mac to a PC

Correction: Due to technical limitations, an individual can’t copy a file larger than four gigabytes in size to a disk drive formatted using the Windows file system called FAT. A previous version of this Mossberg’s Mailbox incorrectly advised that a 25-gigabyte file could be copied to such a disk drive.