Is Apple gearing up to launch a mobile payments system?
The internet and digital content have been challenging the newspaper industry for years and the recent explosion of interest in tablet devices and MIDs represents an opportunity for media companies to increase digital revenue.
AT&T’s home bundle gives you more networking and media sharing options than satellite and cable. Interested? We show you how to use it effectively.
An interesting post on GameSpot suggests that Microsoft's new motion-sensing peripheral, Kinect, might have problems recognizing the faces of some dark-skinned users.
We decided to head down to Toys R Us Times Square to check out the line for Microsoft's nearly-launched Kinect peripheral.
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.
A Catholic priest from Wisconsin has been told that he is in violation of a trademark owned by electronics giant Best Buy, and could face legal action if he does not comply with a cease-and-desist order issued by the retailer's legal department.
There has been talk of some kind of net neutrality deal between Google and Verizon for about a week now. Yesterday, the search giant and Big Red finally spilled the beans to let us all in on what's been going on behind closed doors.
Do you live in Pennsylvania and find that dealing with whomever happens to be standing at the register ruins your booze-buying experience? Well, lucky for you, the state has just introduced the country's first "wine kiosks."
It seems like we can't get away from advertisements and commercials these days but if the state of California gets its way, license plates could be yet another platform for ads.