Larry Magid: AT&T’s New Wireless Plan Gives Customers A BreakAT&T has a new plan for its wireless customers that gives a break to people who own their own phones.
Larry Magid: Google Looks At Building Fleet Of RobotsAfter Amazon announced they're working on drone delivery service, there are reports Google may be working on creating a fleet of robots.
Larry Magid: Facebook Lets You ‘Unfollow’ Friends Facebook is phasing in a new feature that it says will give users more control over their news feeds called “Unfollow”.
Larry Magid: Eliminating Patent TrollsThe 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.
Larry Magid: Unlocked Phones Offer Consumers FlexibilityOur 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.
Larry Magid: Online Holiday Shopping DangersIf 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.
Tech Report: Popular Websites Stepping Up EncryptionSome of the most popular websites are stepping up their encryption efforts to stop unauthorized snooping.
Larry Magid: Netflix Up, Pirating Down According to StudyInternet streaming services such as Netflix and YouTube are being used more, while pirating and file sharing is becoming less popular according to a new study on internet traffic.
Larry Magid: Gogo Expanding In-Flight Cell Phone ServicesGogo, an in-flight internet is a company that provides Wi-Fi service to airlines, is enhancing its services to soon allow people to text and even talk on their smartphones in the air.
Larry Magid: First Flight With New FAA Rules I just arrived in Washington D.C. after my first flight since the FAA changed their rules that allow passengers to keep using their electronic devices during takeoff and landing.
Larry Magid: First Impressions Of Apple's iPad Air Apple officially began selling its new iPad Air to customers on Friday. I was at the Apple Store in Palo Alto and while the store was somewhat crowded, there were no lines out front.