You don't need a Start button; use more keyboard shortcuts, not fewer; enable File History; confirm file deletions; and shut down apps quickly. Plus: tweak your Windows 8 laptop's touch pad.
As we approach the five-year anniversary of the iPhone's debut, Kara Tsuboi chats with Josh Lowensohn about what's next for the now iconic smartphone.
A TV station in Florida investigated claims that red light cameras increase rear-end collisions and that yellow lights are shortened to trap more drivers.
Some Net neutrality supporters would have you believe that Google and Verizon are trying to destroy the Internet, but here's why I think they're overreacting.
Raymond Soneira, creator of DisplayMate and a video quality expert, takes aim at the specsmanship and exaggerations of HDTV and monitor manufacturers.
AT&T and Verizon Wireless each lowered the prices on unlimited voice plans last week, but they also added mandatory data charges for mid-tier cell phone customers.
CES overloaded the industry with 3D TV hype, and it's time to bust it. Rafe Needleman interviews CNET's John Falcone and HDNation's Robert Heron on the practical realities of 3D TV.
CES overloaded the industry with 3D TV hype, and it's time to bust it. Rafe Needleman interviews CNET's John Falcone and HDNation's Robert Heron on the practical realities, and likely future, of 3D TV.
Apparently to drum up new business, a law firm wants you to overlook the legal clarity around open-source licensing provided by the court in Jacobsen v. Katzer.
Apple is done with Mac product releases in 2008, a company representative confirms in a rare response to speculation regarding the Mac Mini and iMac.