In an open letter to the South Korean phone maker, CNET's Shara Tibken offers the company's new mobile chief some unsolicited suggestions.
Apple's Web site listed the Mac Pro as new in wake of WWDC keynote, but Hertzfeld says it got just an "inconsequential processor clock bump" and "seems like it's stuck in time in 2010."
You can debate the price, but the iPhone-friendly Bose OE2is are very comfortable everyday-use headphones with a compact frame and balanced, detailed sound.
The software giant added scores of designers to create the next version of workhorse productivity suite. The goal: "over-the-shoulder" envy typically reserved for Apple products.
A new Chrome flags option in the Chrome 25 beta for Android lets people try out new, often experimental features. Let's just hope Google can keep the bloat and sluggishness at bay.
This post initially misstated the browser that has grown from 9.0MB with version 1.0 to 26.2MB for version 10.0 on Windows. It's Chrome. Also, the labels on the bar graph were reversed. The horizontal axis is the version of Chrome, while the vertical axis shows the size in megabytes.
Google has worked hard to keep its browser fast. Now, with Chrome 10.0 nearly triple the size of Chrome 1.0, it's working to make it smaller, too.
Yahoo says it's sorry for an issue that left some Windows Phone 7 users with larger than usual data use; says a fix is on the way.
Molly Wood shows you how to customize your iTunes installation on Windows to create a leaner, slimmer version for just what you need.
In this video, CNET editor Molly Wood shows you how to customize your iTunes installation on Windows for a leaner, slimmer version that contains only what you need.