An update to Mozilla's beta log-in system lays the groundwork for using preferred Web mail username and password to sign in on multiple sites.
Also this week, guest co-host Eric Franklin helps decipher some awesome specs in the next Google phone, Panasonic might get out of the game it knows best, a new iPad Mini and Nexus 7 are on the horizon sporting some high-res goodness.
Can the Ford C-Max knock the Prius off its lofty perch? And the Top 5 car technologies you won't regret paying for.
SpamKiller's day has come and gone. Without a major overhaul, this filter just can't keep up with the competition.
This week on the Internet's tech rumor roundup, we check out The Verge's hands-on pictures of what it claims is a new device from media-streamer Boxee.
Perhaps it's time to stop comparing mobile platforms in terms of number of apps offered and look instead at what music, movies, TV shows, and books are available.
Intended for use in food packaging, the paper contains a coating of silver nanoparticles already found in such items as medical ointments and odor-resistant socks.
Verizon shoots and misses with the Samsung Brightside, a lackluster feature phone with a high asking price compared with that of many smartphones.
Facebook has relaunched its private messaging system with a link to the e-mail universe: All Facebook users will get an @facebook.com address. But Messages isn't really a competitor to standard e-mail. Rafe Needleman explains why.
Apple and Google's respective mobile operating systems have plenty to love and, er, love less. Here's an in-depth look at how some of the best features for each stack up against their staunchest rival.