A new service from Virgin America empowers you to use the in-flight entertainment system to send a drink to someone you find attractive and to text them, even. A recipe for disaster, surely.
You love open source events. You know you do.
It may not be fatal, but it's still painful to look at.
The chipmaker isn't known for consumer software, but it's trying to change that with a new mobile-messaging service called Pocket Avatars.
Commentary: The first impression you get of a game is usually the furthest thing from what it's actually like playing it.
We have Mark Milian as a guest on today's episode. He's a tech reporter for CNN.com, which means he'll spend half of the show fielding questions from Wilson about Anderson Cooper. We also chat about the future of micro-blogging, and, of course, we have to grill him about his "Hottie of the Week" achievement last year.
With continuing security threats, the days of using the same passwords all the time are over. Grab one of these apps to manage your passwords across your devices and secure your digital life.
Tweeting harder to resist than sex, coffee, and alcohol, say researchers from the University of Chicago. Now, let's just see you try to resist tweeting this story.
That's a convertible tablet, by the way, meaning it's a regular Netbook by day and a slate by, well, whenever you turn the screen around and fold it down.
If you're thinking about buying a low-priced Netbook, you might first consider this HP laptop for $299.