With the explosion in smartphones and apps people are using more and more data from watching videos to playing games and uploading pictures but all that data can lead to some big bills and angry customers
Packing your gadgets is becoming just as important as packing the right outfits when heading out-of-town.
Wearable tech devices, it seems that every time you turn around they’re getting smaller, and now many new devices are meant for kids. Like the grown-up gadgets, some are designed to turn fitness into fun but others are more focused on safety.
You’ve heard of Big Brother. Now, make way for “Big Mother.” Apps and gadgets have been designed to do what your mom always did, correct you when you stray off course.
Some of the top high-tech items this holiday season are tablets but which one should you choose? Well, it really depends on who you are buying it for.
Our sister site, CNET has just launched a Spanish language version filled with reviews, news and videos with an emphasis on topics that matter to the Spanish speaking audience.
Everybody has heard the old “dog ate my homework” joke, but, these days there’s a chance that your pooch may be more interested in your smartphone more than your science project.
For a little while, rumors that teens see Facebook in the same way they see their dad’s pale, baggy jeans have been wafting around the social biosphere. A new survey shows it’s true.
The U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly today to endorse levying Internet sales taxes on American shoppers, despite warnings from a handful of senators that the proposal is antibusiness, harmful to taxpayers, and will be a “bureaucratic nightmare.”
On the three-month anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy, leaders in the technology community are taking up the cause of the fight against gun violence.