Jane McEntegart works in marketing communications at Intel and was previously Manager of Content Marketing at ASUS North America. Before that, she worked for more than seven years at Tom's Guide and Tom's Hardware, holding such roles as Contributing Editor and Senior News Editor and writing about everything from smartphones to tablets and games consoles.
A Spokane man identifying himself as Rick Obelophy is the subject of a police investigation after he tried to sell his son on Craigslist for $5,000.
President Obama is reportedly considering a three strikes law similar to what's already in effect in France.
A New York man is facing charges for obstruction of justice for swallowing a Kingston USB flash in an attempt to destroy evidence.
Verizon has gotten a little bit of criticism (mostly from the wimminfolk, really) for marketing the DROID the way that it has. The commercials are clearly geared toward men and a lot of chicks don't think that's fair.
CES might have dominated the headlines over the last week but there was another hot show going on in Las Vegas last week and that was the Adult Entertainment Expo.
Living life as a struggling musician can be hard. Chances are most of us know someone who was in an actually-pretty-decent band that just didn't get the recognition it deserved no matter how hard the members tried.
A lot of kids are brought up speaking more than one language at home but how many kids are raised in a home where Klingon is the only language they hear?
NASA is sending a butterfly habitat containing monarch and painted lady adults and larvae to the International Space Station.
Facebook is denying hijack claims this week after hundreds of groups on the social networking group were taken over by a group called Control Your Info.
The X-ray machine has been voted the best scientific invention, with one in five fingering the machine having made the greatest impact on the past, present and future.
The web has been buzzing about the DROID commercial that aired on Saturday night and if you were watching sports over the last two days, you probably caught it too. So, what's it all about?
Google and Verizon this morning announced a partnership that promised Android-powered phones on Verizon in the very near future.
We've all heard about iPods and even iPhones overheating. What most of us don't know that it appears Apple tries to keep these kinds of occurrences on the down low.
Apple yesterday issued a warning to customers using its earbuds about a build up of static electricity that could result in a small electrical shock.