Carlos Tenorio, a soccer player for Ecuador, posing with the three stripes.
Adidas earns its stripes in court By DOREEN CARVAJAL The European Court of Justice dismissed one of the critical arguments made by C&A, H&M and other companies, which have argued that the stripe is common enough that no one should own it.
Myspace tries to reach a bigger screen By BRIAN STELTER Positioning a social network as a breeding ground for a television series, MySpace has signed a deal with a British company to distribute its video content outside the United States.
Tiny camcorders leave out a lot By DAVID POGUE Camcorder sales have been steadily declining for several years, and the focus groups keep giving the same reason: camcorders are too big, bulky and complex to carry around.
Naked tells truth about corporate advertising By LOUISE STORY The British company specializes in helping clients select the right balance of media for its message - shifting, perhaps, away from television and toward the Internet, or maybe in other directions.
U.S. gets high marks for its Internet network By JOHN MARKOFF Contradicting earlier studies, conventional wisdom and politicians' rhetoric, European researchers say that the Internet infrastructure in the United States is one of the world's best and getting better.
Hewlett-Packard enters market for mini laptops AP The machines are so new that the industry has not settled on a name for the low-cost and scaled-down laptops, which are used primarily for surfing the Internet and performing other basic functions.