Get the new school year off on the right foot with apps and services
Google's challenger to Microsoft Windows has found a successful niche in schools. With the Dell Chromebook 13, Google hopes to lure business buyers and others who want a premium product.
On Road Trip 2015, CNET gets up close with a new structure that will supply the city with free, public Wi-Fi via a project that swaps phone booths for hotspots.
From the Cheapskate: It's that time of year! But before you make the traditional choice, see if perhaps your student wouldn't benefit from an "alternative" PC.
It's time to head back to school, so be sure you've got the right games to play once the homework is done.
This nifty assortment seems almost too good to be true: pen on one end, stylus tip on the other, colorful aluminum barrel down the middle.
Looking for an excuse to buy a new piece of home entertainment gear? Today's video streamers and TVs can be educational. YouTube can be a great homework resource, and PBS has apps for kids young and old. Check out our back-to-school picks for more.
In an interview, Michael O'Rielly, one of the two Republicans on the Federal Communications Commission, weighs in on the politically divisive nature of the agency.
The pilot program will launch in 27 cities and one tribal nation and reach more than 275,000 low-income households. Some communities will receive broadband connections at no charge.
Remember life before Google and Wikipedia? Watch as teens attempt to use a set of old-school encyclopedias with varying results.