With high salaries and outrageous perks -- like stocks and bonuses, free gourmet food, and an onsite chiropractor -- it's no wonder that tech firms dominate Glassdoor's top 25 companies for compensation and benefits list.
A new high-tech bow mixes in some low-tech features to try to give people exercise and gaming at the same time.
CNET spent an afternoon testing how Square's mobile payment app performs in a neighborhood full of merchants that accept it. A hint: It's a snap to use.
At the 2012 New York International Auto Show, Chrysler's SRT division, a new breakout group, showed off its latest work in the form of the 2013 Viper.
Chiropractors believe that all the hunching people do over their cell phones in order to send texts has created a new affliction that might well lead to arthritis.
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New York aesthetician says all that looking down at your BlackBerry is giving your neck unsightly wrinkles. She also says she has the fix in the form of a special multi-step skin treatment.
Airbus believes that planes of the future will use your body heat and not have classes, but instead quiet and SmartTech zones. You will also be able to "live the panorama in which you are flying."
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Two law firms and a small business, all based in Southern California, allege that Yelp's advertising sales strategy amounts to extortion. Yelp responds by saying it'll fight it.