If you're planning a wedding, says Microsoft in a new ad, the lack of a touch screen heralds impending disaster.
The ZTE Geek is a 5-inch, Android 4.2 handset that features the latest Intel Atom processor.
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Venture capitalist Tim Draper creates a proposal to split California into six states with, oddly enough, Silicon Valley being a state all of its own.
CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to create Smart Playlists using Apple's iTunes music software.
There is a certain torture that social networking brings, a University of California, Santa Cruz study finds. Many find it difficult to delete digital memories.
New subscribers can enjoy a month of unlimited TV and movie streaming. With commercials, yeah, but don't let that stop you.
Continuing its embrace of fast-paced music and general jollity, Microsoft debuts an ad for Surface with singing, dancing, and lots of clicking.
Actor Charlie Sheen's live Ustream feed wasn't anything to write home about. It ended on an interesting note, though, with a reading from a book by Sheen.
Latest move by Twitter to shore up its position at the expense of developers not winning many fans.
It drives me nuts that tens of millions of dollars are set in inexorable motion for the juggernaut of a Hollywood blockbuster, with nothing more solid in place than a release date and a poster