Bluetooth speakers, even the best of them, can't compete with first-rate wired desktop or stereo iPod speakers, like the AktiMate Micros.
The online payments company is bringing a redesigned, streamlined payment process to online merchants, which doesn't redirect users to PayPal's Web site.
No More Woof is a new doggie headset that claims to translate your pooch's inner thoughts into English, and you can order one for about £40 today.
A new NFC system being ramped up by Verifone and Micros for the restaurant industry would allow diners to pay their checks through their NFC-equipped mobile phones.
Deal for apps maker expected to strengthen VeriFone's position in the mobile payments market.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Thursday, May 19.
Nikon's new high-end J1 and V1 cameras have dashed the last hopes of CNET's Stephen Shankland that interchangeable-lens compacts can balance image quality and affordability.
Thirty years ago today IBM launched the 5150. We take a look back at the creation of the PC with an interview with Dave Bradley, the guy who invented Ctrl-Alt-Delete, and look forward with Michael Miller, former editor of PC Magazine.
CNET's Dong Ngo's take on MTI Micro's Mobion charger, the first portable fuel cell power generator for handheld devices.
It was born dull. It grew up dull. A quarter of a century on, how on earth has the IBM PC become the ultimate gaming platform?