There's still time to jump into geeky tournament brackets featuring battles between "Star Wars" characters, smartphones, PBS personalities, and sci-fi franchises.
Copy the Google Docs and Spreadsheets version of the 2009 NCAA Basketball Tournament brackets, and let friends and co-workers make their selections online.
On this week's Digital City, we discover some new fallout from the no-Flash-on-the-iPad issue, spend some quality time with the long-delayed Adamo XPS laptop, and find out where we earned foursquare mayorships.
A cinema camera just showed it can outclass full-frame SLRs from Canon and Nikon that have sensors nearly twice as large.
No sweat! Here are some apps, and more, to help you stay on top of your bracket from the couch, car, or cubicle (don't tell your boss we said that).
In a surprising first round loss to Time Warner Cable, EA won't manage a three-peat of its difficult crown in the Consumerist's famed competition to find the worst of the worst.
You'll save nearly $20 on these top-rated headphones, which include a microphone for hands-free phone conversations.
Extensive upgrades to Google's infrastructure-as-a-service cloud computing technology heighten competition with market leader Amazon Web Services.
About 17,000 children are admitted to the emergency room each year as a result of TVs falling on them, a recent study found. Larry Magid talks with Ryan Hagberg of Sanus about the dangers and some ways to reduce risk.
Eyeball-scanning tech will determine your age and gender, and fire what it thinks are suitable ads at you.