Some hotels and restaurants say customers are using the power of sites like TripAdvisor to finagle free benefits.
Chrome's guest browsing mode is a convenient way to let others use the Web on your computer while keeping browsing habits private.
Mozilla preps the beta version of Firefox for Android with security and usability features, while the dev build of desktop Firefox for Linux finally gets H.264 support.
Hate planning the music for your party? Learn how to give your guests a fun way to take control of the party playlist.
CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to turn your iPhone into a shared jukebox that guests can access and control using a free app.
Vancouver hotel hopes guests will appreciate making calls with no roaming fees on hotel-provided iPhones instead of those things called landlines.
Search giant strikes back at column by Nextag CEO Jeffrey Katz, reminding Internet users that if they don't like Google's results, they can always try a different search engine.
Next time you set your dinner table, save a seat for your computer. A new project called the "Virtual Dinner Guest" connects families across the world via Skype to discuss the news of the day. CNET's Kara Tsuboi joins a Northern California family who is breaking bread with new friends in Egypt.
The selection of guests suggests a focus on technology, a recurring theme for President Obama during past State of the Union addresses.
If you have installed OS X 10.7.2 and enabled iCloud, you may see a guest user account appear at your log-in window that when clicked requests you restart the system into a special Safari-only mode.