Google commemorates a century of puzzle-fueled procrastination with a playable doodle of its own.
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Microsoft's new Surface pen is more spontaneous...and it's probably the key to figuring out how a tiny Surface Mini could work in the future.
Google knows more about you than ever before, and you like it that way. How did the popular yet controversial company convince you of its trustworthiness?
Why go through the trouble of writing a book when you can just get a computer to write it instead?
The Web is always supposed to be about now. And yet, still throbbing out there is the Dole-Kemp campaign site for the 1996 presidential election. It promises, well, smaller government.
The iPad's big screen makes it an ideal home for crosswords, and USA Today's app serves up all the puzzles you can play--no extra charge.
A group of 1,531 U.K. iPad owners, in a recent survey conducted by coupon site MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, reportedly claimed their iPads were largely going unused. We want to know what our readers think.
Next time you see a driver doing a crossword puzzle in a moving car, don't be alarmed. He's probably a Volkswagen engineer testing the company's Temporary Auto Pilot feature.
With version 1.2 of its Nook Color software, Barnes & Noble turns the e-reader into a more fully functional Android tablet and marks a subtle but important shift in its marketing strategy.