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.
The social media site Snapchat says it’s passed Facebook when it comes to the number of photos and videos posted everyday.
The DVD-rental chain will close down its remaining US stores and curtail its DVD-by-mail rental service…
Entertaining “Star Wars” outtake footage that few have seen (until now) makes its way onto the Web…
Our sister site, CNET has just launched a Spanish language version filled with tech reviews, news and videos with an emphasis on topics that matter to the Spanish speaking audience.
fter years of being “on the way”, curved screen HDTVs are here. Samsung and LG have both announced the availability of 55″ models in stores this week. Now sit down: They are each going for around $15,000. These are clearly halo products, but they may point the way to a real future, unlike 3D TV.
Two major new federal regulations are in the offing that could ask technology to erase thousands of auto injuries and deaths — but will they work and at what cost?
Facebook is alerting 6 million of its users that their e-mails or phone numbers were inadvertently shared with other members.
The security solutions provider is cutting roughly 8 percent of its global work force in two phases, with about 1,000 positions going first, this month, and another 700 people receiving pink slips in July, AllThingsD reported Thursday, citing unnamed sources.
As the PC industry sunsets into niche status over the next few years, we are getting a look at what’s next: Computers, yes, but ones that feel more like mobile devices.