KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid
Some Comcast e-mail users are seeing the apparent aftermath of a reported hacking incident that resulted in dozens of the broadband giants’s e-mail servers being compromised.
Thalmic Labs, a Canadian startup is about to introduce the new MYO armband that will allow users to control their computer without the use of a mouse or keyboard.
An online gaming distribution website may have angered some of its users by removing portions of a game from their libraries. This raises questions of ownership.
Spotify is now letting people stream music for free on mobile devices. Our tech analyst compares it to Pandora and says it’s more selective.
AT&T has a new plan for its wireless customers that gives a break to people who own their own phones.
After Amazon announced they’re working on drone delivery service, there are reports Google may be working on creating a fleet of robots.
Facebook is phasing in a new feature that it says will give users more control over their news feeds called “Unfollow”.
The House of Representatives was expected to vote next week on a bill dubbed “The Innovation Act”, a bipartisan piece of legislation designed to curtail abusive patent litigation by so-called patent trolls.
Our technology expert says prices of unlocked phones are coming down and that they offer the consumer more flexibility to shop for different packages from cell phone carriers.
If you’re venturing out online for some of your holiday shopping, beware. Danger lurks for those who are not careful when it comes to making online purchases with a credit card.