Articles by Peter Svensson

No James Bond Gadgets Among Spy Suspects' Gear

  • 07 July 10
  • The Associated Press
Before James Bond heads out on a mission, he has to stop in Q's laboratory for custom-made gadgets such as an exploding watch. Life wasn't so dashing for the suspected Russian spies arrested last week: They apparently relied heavily on off-the-shelf consumer electronics.

VimpelCom to Launch Tiny Phone

  • 08 February 08
  • The Associated Press
VimpelCom is one of three wireless carriers that will help an Israeli startup launch a tiny cell phone that pops into interchangeable ""jackets"" to become a bigger, smarter phone -- or into other gadgets to connect to the Internet.

U.S. Falling Behind in Fast Internet Services

  • 09 November 07
  • The Associated Press
The United States is starting to look slow on the Internet. Examples abound of countries that have faster and cheaper broadband connections and more of their population connected to them.

Teenager Untethers iPhone

  • 27 August 07
  • The Associated Press
Armed with a soldering iron and a large supply of energy drinks, a teenager has developed a way to make the iPhone, arguably the gadget of the year, available to a much wider audience.

Standard Set for Computer- Connected Home Appliances

IBM Is Seeking Biology's 'Holy Grail'

Search Engines Failing to Keep Up With Web