Published February 05, 2013
Dell’s consumer business is quickly being replaced by smartphones and tablets made by other manufacturers, namely Apple, Samsung, and Amazon. What’s a PC maker to do?
Published December 12, 2012
Though sales are still surging for iPhones, Androids and even Blackberrys, the writing is on the wall: Something will eventually draw our interests away from those ubiquitous black rectangles. But what?
Published November 19, 2012
Tablets and laptops are great. You already know that. What you might not know, is that Google has been quietly pushing something you might end up using a whole lot more than either of the above.
Published September 28, 2012
Going to the dentist can be a nerve-wracking event. For some, the experience has gotten a whole lot more painful, by way of questionable technology deemed unnecessary by the American Dental Association and fraudulent by unhappy patients.
Published August 21, 2012
The original Ultimate Straight balls, designed for an estimated two of out of every three golfers that struggle with slice, seemed to do the impossible: They always flew straight.
Published January 07, 2012
The web as we know it is changing. In one corner, we have the traditional web, the one you know and have loved since the 90s. In the other corner, there’s the “app” or mobile Internet. And increasingly, there's different stuff on them.
Published November 15, 2011
Playing Madden, Mario, or Call of Duty is about as cool as owning a laptop -- each more a way of life than something to help you stand out. Whether shopping for a grandson or yourself, here are six status-enhancing games released this year that are also a lot of fun.
Published October 09, 2011
Amazon took 95,000 pre-orders for its new Kindle Fire tablet on its first day on sale, according to a digital marketing firm. To borrow an Apple word, it’s different. But it’s also similar enough to the iPad that a lot of consumers might view it as a worthy alternative -- here's why.
Published September 03, 2011
As students around the country return to colleges and universities, facing mind-numbing tuition that has raced up 200 percent in the last 10 years, free online classes are filling up too – and their rising number threatens to destroy the current model that has student loans soaring and parents feeling the bite, experts told FoxNews.com.
Published August 11, 2011
Americans really like their smartphones -- so much so that an uncanny number of them are ditching traditional PCs altogether for the carry-all convenience of increasingly potent iPhones, Androids and Blackberries.