If there's one thing the tech industry is good at, its making fun of itself. Check out our top 10 favorite tech parody videos, ranging from Amazon to Windows 8 and everything in between (including Siri).
We test products that let you monitor and protect your home without the need for an outside security company's services: D-Link, Axis, Logitech, Schlage
How does the long awaited Boxee Box compare to the Logitech Revue? Boxee’s killer when it comes to media viewing.
Is this product the rebirth of living room computing? We get philosophical, and detail-oriented in our review of the Logitech Revue with Google TV.
Summer vacations can often result in a few gigabytes of boring nature photography. Make your photos sing with our nature photography tips.
Kill the vampires once and for all. No, we’re not talking about Twilight. We’re on team Save Electricity, and we tested Belkin’s new products.
Seven new Bluetooth hands-free devices, tested and compared. Need a Bluetooth speaker-phone or GPS unit? We've got you covered. Now, hands on the wheel.
We consider land-line replacements in the form of Skype-compatible desktop phones and mobile phones. 7 phones are evaluated, but fewer than 3 make the cut.
You can upgrade your laptop's hard drive from a bulky disk to a svelte solid state drive--we'll show you how. Performance boost included.
Should you consider upgrading to a solid state drive? Weigh all the pros and cons and evaluate the cost and value of doing so by reading this guide.
Part 2: Keyboards, mice, and everything nice in between to help save your body from the pain associated with bad postures and designs.
The 5 biggest players in face-tagging photo software: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Cyberlink and Face.com. Can these tools change how you look at photos?
Photo prints, negatives, slides, VHS tapes, and Hi8 camcorder tapes all get a digital makeover in this installment of our analog-to-digital How-To guide.
Does freezing CDs improve them? Does leaving them in storage rot them? And what's the risk associated with using phones on airplanes, anyway?
Have old analog assets lying around (anything from family photos to LPs)? The clock is ticking. Here's how to get started preserving those treasures.
On the hunt for student-friendly notebooks, peripherals, and accessories? Check out our guide to outfitting a student lair with the most practical gear.
This week in Tech Myths: We attempt signal boosting for phones, learn about boosted mercury levels, and boost our skills with hot HDR photography.
HDTV calibration and viewing technique dissected by expert Joel Silver. Is 1080p worth it? Is Kuro still king? What makes a great display?
Pre's odds as a nascent competitor against the iPhone and Blackberry are brutal. A good product and decent design alone do not make a winner.
You already have a laptop. Make it work harder by pumping movies, music and photos to your big screen. Part 2 in a series.
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