For reasons that may have something to do with ancient mores, the Girl Scouts organization tells an 11-year-old that she can't use PayPal to raise money for the Scouts' "I Care" program.
Google is testing banner ads in search results, apparently reneging on a 2005 promise by Marissa Mayer to never run them.
Small and light all-electric car can fold down to almost half its length for easier parking. Speed demons might want to look elsewhere, however.
A minor league baseball team hopes the force will be with them on May the 4th when they don Wookiee-inspired uniforms to celebrate "Star Wars."
A holiday-bound Google exec is optimistic about the next Nexus' camera tech, teasing "Just you wait and see."
Rooted your Galaxy Note 2? You'll be champing at the bit to try out new software -- we've tested five of the best stable ROMs.
Ancient photography company Kodak has thrown in the towel on its camera business to focus on licensing, marking the end of an era.
Don't knock Kodak for its dire digital and financial straits, because when it comes to screwing up, it's got lots of company.
The Brownie Pop Mold is the starting point for a unique cake-decorating project.
The Samsung P3 is an excellent multimedia device that packs a grand amount of features into an impressively compact package with one of the best screens available. Plus, it sounds superb, making this a top contender for audio enthusiasts.