Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things in the world. A new service saves the voicemail greetings of those who've passed away so you can listen to them forever.
No time to send a traditional holiday greeting card? Don't let that stop you from expressing your cheer this season. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on ways to send a holiday e-greeting that can be delivered to a friend's email or smartphone in a matter of seconds.
Visitors to the social network can now explore a selection of tweets without having to register or log in, as Twitter tries to get both passive and active users to interact more frequently with its service.
See Scott Kelly, Gennady Padalka and Mikhail Kornienko board the International Space Station, which two will call home for a full year, and get a warm greeting from crewmates already there.
Logan Green, the ride-hailing service's co-founder and CEO, discusses his company's vision and his larger competition at the South by Southwest festival.
Technically Incorrect: The Microsoft co-founder's wife says that she is not swayed by the Apple Watch. Her family only uses Microsoft products.
Motorola will allow customers to personalize their watches with different colors, band options and watch faces.
Technically Incorrect: A Python developer gets on a London subway, shoves a man and lobs a nasty F bomb. Later that day, the developer gets a surprise, as the man is interviewing him for a job.
Can you imagine Cupertino greeting a new Samsung Galaxy with a congratulatory tweet? Well, it seems things are different in the gaming world.
Apple may have discontinued its Cards app, but there are other ways to turn your snapshots into printed, stamped, and mailed greetings.