New tech for the school year? All the items on our list were loved by parents and kid testers. These 20 products meet our standards for value, functionality, and fun—with a purpose.
You’d be surprised what a kindergartner can do with a computer. Here are 15 (probably) age appropriate tasks--because you know the kid wants to touch the computer.
Here are our top-10 software titles for keeping kids safe on the Internet in 2009: browsers, e-mail, games, activities, and content blockers.
Ever wondered what the deal is with those infomercial gadgets? We reviewed four of them: Magic Bullet, Stealth S.S.A, Slendertone, and Jupiter Jack.
Create an educational bag of tech tricks to supplement your student's school year. We look at affordable hardware, software, and gear for living and learning.
In honor of the summer movie sequel season (we’re looking at you "Transformers" and "Harry Potter"), here’s our list of the worst follow-up tech products.
Smartphones are expensive. If you've already got one, use it to save money in the future: car repair advice, bar code scanners, cheap gas, etc.
Who said environmentally-friendly tech has to suck? We rounded up nine green gadgets and appliances that not only save money, but work extremely well.
When the weather turns chilly or suddenly heats up, use these great tech products to regulate your home and save money (and energy) at the same time.
We put power monitors and other electricity-saving gadgets to the test during a Midwestern winter. We saved money environmentally and so can you.
We’ve gathered up 5 “recession special” GPS units, expecting some nasty surprises and missing features. Turns out each one is a great value.
Don't buy this stuff for your kid! Helpful pointers for navigating the sea of dangerous or simply annoying kid-targeted tech crap. Beware!