A New York comedian rents his apartment out on Airbnb. When he returns he discovers that he's been host to large people doing allegedly naked things. And wrecking his apartment.
If realized, the proposed "anytime upgrade" plan would let members pay a small fee to upgrade as often as twice a year. Gadget fanatics could readily trade up to the latest, greatest smartphone.
Vodafone's revenue has dropped, but the company boss insists it's not losing customers to EE's 4G.
One application, dozens of ways to control, monitor, or protect your home, via Web dashboard or through smartphone apps for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone.
Microsoft's Chris Capossela says big businesses are seeing lots of benefits by using cloud computing to do work traditionally done in-house. They're also grappling with the resulting loss of control.
New features in Google Suggest and Chrome allow searches to get the information they seek while saving a few (minor) steps in the process.
Access nearly every Windows setting and utility installed on your system from a single program with Easy Vista Manager and Easy XP Manager.
BlueLounge takes messiness seriously.
The convergence of two great ideas: creepy tech and tech we can't believe exists -- and the result? A discussion of spray-on glass, brainwave-induced light shows, and Minority Report makeup application. Plus, a report from Jason from the field on how best
Face it, social networking sites are tracking what you do and buy--and your profile may not be what you expect.