Mint floor-cleaning robots got funky at CES 2011, doing a choreographed dance to a tune by the Black Eyed Peas. Everybody go Boom Boom Pow!
Driving the real Nissan Leaf in the real world. Backup cameras coming to every car in the U.S.? Nice revamp for mobile Google Maps. And we're gonna' miss the Chevy Aveo. (Just kidding.)
For this week's giveaway, we're serving up the Mint automatic floor cleaner.
About a year after Intuit's acquisition of Mint.com, it is closing the doors on its competing product. The technological migration has been tough for the company, it acknowledges.
Mint is a new floor-cleaning robot that can wipe down hard surfaces with dust cloths. How does it stack up to iRobot's Scooba?
Financial site Mint.com catches heat for posting an infographic on immigration earlier this week that cites sketchy sources. It's since taken the chart down and apologized. Is it too late?
Mint.com is adding long-term goals to its personal finance site. The feature won't be live until next month, but it promises to bring planning tools that previously required proper financial software.
You've always suspected that Martha Stewart would be the ideal cocktail party guest. Sneak a peek into her personal bartender's guide with the Martha Stewart Cocktails app for iPad.
An Android app from personal finance service Mint.com joins its iPhone counterpart, though neither lives up to the full-fledged site.
Manually entering transactions was the top-most requested item by its users, according to Mint. Now those users have gotten their wish.