With the summer travel season getting into full-swing, airports around the US and Canada are turning to technology to speed passengers through customs lines. From special kiosks to mobile apps, CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us how tech is helping to cut wait times, getting passengers through customs in a matter of minutes.
For beleaguered Pokemon trainers struggling with battery life, Virgin Mobile is offering a free respite.
The new restaurant is also brimming with wireless (and wired) chargers for your phone.
The software giant has partnered with Kind Financial to offer cloud-computing software for state and local governments that helps keep tabs on marijuana sales.
The online giant plans to expand into brick-and-mortar retail, but it's not yet clear where, beyond a handful of cities such as Seattle, San Francisco and San Diego.
From CNET Magazine: Technology helps bring fans closer to the action and the fun for the 142nd running of the race on Saturday at Churchill Downs.
Commuters who were concerned about the traceability of the Opal card can now purchase and use one anonymously.
Smaller, kiosk-like outlets are increasingly key to Microsoft's retail strategy, as evidenced by the five that popped up last month, and the four that will open in the near future.
Chromebook's new Managed Public Sessions hopes to challenge Windows' supremacy as the ubiquitous public computer.
Nintendo is rolling out 5,000 interactive Wii U demo stations at retailers like Target, Best Buy, and GameStop prior to the product's North American launch on November 18.