It’s an ultralight laptop with a low sticker price. But is Google’s web-centric device the right fit for you?
Web video is all the craze these days. Movies, shows and more, and it can save you money on your cable bill! But figuring out how it works can be confusing.
It’s been rumored for years, but next week, Google is expected to announce its latest project that lets you store documents, photos, and videos in the cloud.
Ford, one of the world’s largest automakers, has finally plugged in to the electric car craze. The company has just unveiled its first electric vehicle, the Ford Focus Electric.
Do online advertisers know too much about you? The feds have been taking a look at that question — and what to do about it.
This week, we’ve been taking a look at spring cleaning your computers and other tech. We wrap up today with some tips to keep all your pictures, music and documents safe from harm.
Apple has announced its aim to replace a high schooler’s backpack full of books with electronic textbooks on an iPad. But many students are still priced out of the market.
With MakerBot’s Replicator, your computer-designed creations come off the printed page.
“It’s a much brighter, much truer color technology that’s razor-thin, and basically has pure black. Thin as you can possibly imagine.” CNET’s Scott Stein says.
It’s day two of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but we’ve already seen the wraps come off the latest in technology.
With more than 2,700 exhibitors and 20,000 gadgets expected to get shown off or talked up, there’s bound to be plenty to drool over.
Tablets are one of the hottest selling items this holiday season. But if you can’t afford the Apple iPad, there are some that are significantly cheaper.
TVs are on a lot of shopping lists this holiday and there is no shortage of deals at retailers. However, you should always remember that you get what you pay for.
This week is your last chance before Christmas to score the best online shopping deals, since most free shipping offers run out before the weekend. But for some items, it could pay to wait.
Congress soon will consider competing bills that target those who steal music and movies online. But it could have a major impact on how everyone surfs the web.