An image provided by NASA shows Hurricane Irene as photographed from onboard the International Space Station at 3:14 p.m. EDT on Aug. 24, 20ll. The image, captured with a 38 mm lens, reveals the eye of the storm at center of the frame. (AP Photo/NASA)
Apple Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs holds the new iPad during a product announcement Jan. 27, 2010, in San Francisco. Apple Inc. on Wednesday announced Mr. Jobs has resigned as CEO. He is expected to be replaced by Tim Cook, who has been the company's chief operating officer. Mr. Jobs has been elected as Apple's chairman.
An employee drives a Google vehicle on Palo Alto, Calif., streets to shoot "street views" in October 2010. Israeli officials announced Sunday they have given Google permission to photograph Israeli streets and cities, with restrictions to ensure that Google's Street View service won't unintentionally aid terrorists in planning attacks on sensitive sites. (Associated Press)
Obama for America campaign staffers work at headquarters, a 55,000-square-foot office in a high-rise in downtown Chicago. Specialists in digital media work side by side with field operators, Web designers and phone-bank volunteers. The integration of employees with digital expertise together with more traditional political campaign staff is now standard operating procedure. (Dave Boyer/The Washington Times)
"If we have four issues at the wireless industry, the first three are spectrum, spectrum, and more spectrum," said Steve Largent, president and CEO of CTIA-The Wireless Association. Spectrum allows carriers to offer more data services. (Pratik Shah/The Washington Times)
Redfoo (left) and Sky Blu of the dance duo LMFAO performed Thursday at the Billboard Summer Blowout in New York, billed as the first event for which every ticket distributed was via mobile phones. (Associated Press)
This screen shot taken from myBART.org shows a page from the website after it was hacked by the hacker's group Anonymous on Aug. 14, 2011. Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) district officials said they were attempting to shut down the hacker's group website that lists the names of thousands of Bay-area residents who are email subscribers of a legitimate BART website. (Associated Press)
A vehicle backs into parking cones as traffic comes to a stop on the hills overlooking the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles. GPS and Internet technology have made it easier for tourists to find but have made life for its neighbors more difficult.
Marla Cooper holds a photograph of her late uncle Lynn Doyle Cooper during an interview in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2011. Cooper said she believes that her late uncle Lynn Doyle Cooper was the man who hijacked a plane in 1971 and parachuted away with $200,000 ransom into a rainy night over the Pacific Northwest. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)