Brian Cooley’s Tech Watch
Are tablet makers, who previously wanted to compete with Apple and its iPad, already walking away from the fight?
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who is on medical leave, will deliver the keynote speech at next week’s Apple conference, according to the company.
Apple has reportedly signed a licensing deal with a second of the four major record labels over a cloud-music service. CNET Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley explains the difference between Apple and its competitors’ services.
Researchers at the University of Ulm said Android users who log in to random wi-fi networks to go online may be putting their personal information at risk.
If you’re tired of having to remember dozens of passwords for websites, a new device might be just for you. It’s called EyeLock.
Google kicked off its annual developers conference in San Francisco Tuesday. CNET Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley says one of the big announcements was about a new music service.
Consumers have failed to embrace the new 3-D television sets so far, but a new report says that’s about to change. One research company is predicting sales to soar by almost 500% this year.
AT&T is introducing caps on free bandwidth for its Internet users. CNET Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley explains what this means.
State Farm Insurance is launching a new app that it claims will help people become better drivers. Plus, BMW is making it easier for people to stream music.
What happens when you cross the world’s largest social network with one of the hottest business models in e-commerce? Facebook wants to find out.