Facebook is used by over one billion people around the world. It’s been 10 years since the start of the social network that has become a part of our daily lives.
A lot of people are hoping for a new video game system under the tree this year, with a couple shiny new consoles to choose from. The PlayStation 4 is out on Friday, and the Xbox One ships next week.
Pinterest is experimenting with a new look. The changes are subtle but intended to make the site easier to navigate and the pins bigger and more engaging.
The week has brought us some new product launches and some technology to look forward to in the future. So what were the top gadgets on display?
If your TV is getting past its prime, you might find your next set in Las Vegas. That’s the site of the Consumer Electronics Show, where technology companies this week are showing off what’s new for 2013.
Many of the biggest names in tech are in Las Vegas this week for the International Consumer Electronics Show. Companies are taking the wraps off everything from cheap smartphone accessories to big-ticket gear.
On the heels of one of the biggest shopping days of the year, bargain shoppers will be out in force again — but this time, they get to stay in their PJ’s or use office hours to look for a deal.
After tucking into turkey, many people are looking to dip into their wallets. That’s what retailers hope happens, anyway, as some stores are opening their doors with Black Friday deals well before the clock strikes midnight.
Android has Apple beat in market share, but the iPhone is the single best-selling smartphone. With pre-release purchases in the millions, the iPhone 5 looks to be no exception.
With back-to-school time quickly approaching, we’re taking a look at some tech items for your student that won’t break the bank.
Will you be packing a laptop or a tablet in that bookbag when you’re heading back to school or going off to college? It can be a tough choice between performance and portability.