CBS News: Terrorists Continue To Try And Discover Ways To Target Commercial AircraftU.S. Security officials have become increasingly concerned about the ability of terrorist organizations to target commercial aircraft.
Ban On Electronics Larger Than Your Cell May Be ExpandedThe Department of Homeland Security is considering expanding its list of countries where passengers have to check their electronics larger than a cell phone.
Miami Home Show Attendees Bring Home Modern Style and InspirationModernize and Improve Your Home | Home Design and Remodeling Show
Sky's The Limit For Drones At Consumer Electronics ShowSky is the limit for drones at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year.
B&N, Samsung Unveil Reading-Focused Nook Tablet Barnes & Noble and Samsung unveiled a new reading-focused tablet that will replace the bookseller's own Nook tablets.
Apple's Stock Bounces Back To Hit A New HighApple's stock touched a new high Wednesday, reflecting investors' renewed faith in CEO Tim Cook's ability to outwit the competition and expand the technological hit factory built by the late Steve Jobs
Electronics & Chemical Drop-Off Event For Broward ResidentsIf you have any old electronics and household chemicals that you want to get rid of, now is your chance in Broward County.
Dangers Of Counterfeit ElectronicsYour smartphone, laptop, TV and even dishwasher could all be fakes.
Taking Google Glass For A Test DriveThey’re a little strange looking, controversial and aren't even available to the public yet. But Google Glass may soon become the next hottest thing in mobile communication.
FAA Relaxes Rules For Electronics On PlanesGovernment safety rules are changing to let airline passengers use most electronic devices from gate-to-gate. The change will let passengers read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music.
Vintage Apple Computer Sells For Almost $400KAn original Apple computer from 1976 has sold at auction for nearly $388,000.
Fla. Jurors Banned From Taking Smartphones Into DeliberationsJurors in cases hoping to get the first tweet or social media statement out are out of luck after a new rule was approved by the Florida Supreme Court.