Sometimes you don't have access to a setup disc but want to do a rough setup using the tools in your head. This guide should help you get a TV watchable.
A new study shows that kids who play Wii Sports or Dance Dance Revolution are as active as those who play Disney Sing-It Pop Hits or Super Mario Galaxy.
Google's Android chief drops the statistic via his Google+ page during a stroll through the Mobile World Congress trade show.
Don't have an AirPrint printer? Then you'll need a little help printing from your iDevice. AirPrint Activator is a free Mac app that provides just that aid.
New reports on the matter suggest Facebook is counting users that "like" a page or article from a third-party site, making some wonder if the company's daily active user tally is too high.
If you're a fan of the surfwear company Billabong, then you might want to check out this special edition smartphone from Sony.
Nike is pushing a new "universal currency" to measure activity called NikeFuel, which consumers can track using a specially designed wristband.
The year 2011 saw a jump in Internet users to 2.1 billion, now averaging 30 percent of all people around the world, according to stats revealed by traffic site Pingdom.
A lack of affordable glasses and interoperability has plagued active 3D since its launch, but glasses and standards purveyor XpanD, along with Sony, Panasonic and Samsung, aims to address those issues.
The Samsung UNES6500 series, the company's least-expensive LED-based TVs with 3D announced at CES, includes two pairs of active 3D glasses.