Forget about generation gaps. One gamer's grandma embraces the world of virtual reality by taking the Oculus Rift for a test drive.
Clever private browsing utility bundles portable browser, proxy server connection on a USB key.
During the presidential debate, a tweet appears on KitchenAid's feed making fun of the president's dead grandmother. The company apologizes.
Researchers find that a few hours playing WoW boosts certain cognitive functions in older adults--especially those who had scored poorly prior to playing.
Just5 is a company in Europe that makes phones for the elderly. We take a closer look at them at CTIA.
The game, currently a big hit in Sweden, may be the first one that lets you crash an electric scooter and not feel bad about it.
Web service keeps up with your contacts, tells you when you should send them congrats and condolences.
For $34.95 a month, an automated phone service will call your aging loved ones twice a day, alert a "care circle" if no one answers or something is wrong.
The Wii may help recovering stroke patients improve their motor function, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2010.
Qwest had suspended the service of 53-year-old painter accused by Hollywood of illegal file sharing. The problem was she didn't do it.