Great little Mits When it comes to innovation it is hard to look past Mitsubishi's new "i" mini car and the reason is simple: Mitsubishi basically took every accepted idea and discarded it to create the little jigger.
JUST because your dog cannot find its way to the end of a leash does not means it is stupid. Could be you're not teaching it right. Research shows many dogs are right- or left-pawed; the rest are more erratic (or just less dogmatic). Ignore the bias, and training may..read more
MITS Altair Born: 1974, Died: 1978 It had no monitor, keyboard, disk drive or software. From the outside it looked like a box with lights and switches and, since it came in kit form, most users had to assemble it themselves. Yet the Altair was nonetheless the first..read more
Shares in Utilities Services Corporation rocketed yesterday after a British information technology giant offered up to $142 million, nearly 50 per cent more than the entire company was worth, for one of its businesses. USC announced yesterday it had been offered $102 million for MITS, the global