For this holiday shopping list, I’m skippping smartphones, computers, cameras and a host of other technologies that have either become utterly routine or obsolete. Instead, let’s get a quick look of what I would think of this year when I think great tech that will delight as well as surprise.
Be careful when you use your credit cards at a restaurant, or hold on to your receipts tightly. Some restaurant employees might be sneaking a few extra dollars onto the final bill.
5.1 million California residents plan to travel 50 miles or more, a 4 percent decrease from last year.
When it comes to buying a cellphone protection plan, what the salesperson tells you may not be the whole story.
With Black Friday still the most popular day to shop during the holidays according to a new CBS News poll, more retailers than ever will now be open on Thanksgiving Day, even as retail experts warn not every holiday deal is as great as it sounds.
The U.S. government’s auto safety watchdog has opened an investigation into battery fires in Tesla Model S electric cars.
Yahoo is giving away email addresses that have gone unused for at least 12 months. This poses security problems when sensitive information intended for the original user is sent to the addresses.
AT&T and Verizon are offering free calls and texts to the Philippines for customers trying to contact friends and family there in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says the company “definitely” won’t recall its Model S electric car despite three vehicle fires in the last six weeks
Fittingly, the final movie ever rented out by one of the video chain’s stores was the apocalyptic comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco…