The Nokia Lumia Treasure Tag is about the right price for what it does, but people who are serious about keeping tags on their possessions should seek a smaller device that does more.
Hey, baby, wanna kill all humans? A 6-foot Lego version of Bender from "Futurama" comes complete with a booze-filled chest cavity and a presidential cameo.
According to a study, 68 percent of Americans keep their unused gadgets for posterity's sake. Or something. Only 25 percent allegedly admit to it.
The iPhone maker's treasure chest may swell by another $35 billion this year assuming it doesn't dole out more cash to its stockholders, says Moody's.
At new University of Chicago library, five underground robot cranes help fetch your books from storage bins in the vault.
A $46 billion cash balance is more valuable to shareholders in the form of higher earnings per share or a dividend, Stanford C. Bernstein analyst says.
With Wilson nursing a flu, Natali Del Conte comes in to save the day and somehow manages to work up the nerve to challenge me to a habanero chili pepper eating competition. Clearly she doesn't know I was president of Edison High School's Fire Eater's Club and eat Scoville units for breakfast. Then again, her last name is Del Conte, which automatically gives her an advantage out of the gate. May the best Justin Yu win.
Natali Del Conte is back from a quick trip to Europe and will be on the show every Thursday to get down with the nerdy dirty.
Company is making so much money right now that it will almost certainly lead to fear and loathing down the road.
The Massachusetts company is winding down its instant-film business, closing four plants by the end of the year.