Is fear of record wear stopping you from getting into vinyl?
After announcing a new feature that allows smartphone users to record sound for Shazam-like audio recognition, Facebook has moved to reassure its users that it is not listening in or recording conversations.
Brian Richardson's 3D-printed skeletons are inspired by myths and legends from around the world.
We received a ton of e-mail about our "Top 5 fuel economy myths" segment and many of those messages we got from you were pointing out even MORE fuel economy myths. Here is a Top 5 that you came up with!
There are plenty of myths about car tech and modern driving, maybe none more than in the area of fuel economy. Here are five myths about what saves gas in your car.
commentary Wearable devices are predominantly technical fascinations at the moment, but they have widespread market potential -- if misconceptions can be set straight.
The Audiophiliac muses about why gearheads fixate on wattage and power.
New York's Mayor Bloomberg is putting out a call for young people to turn down their music players to protect their ears, but are consumers unjust casualties of the music industry's war on loud music? We'll turn the spotlight on headphone manufacturers and find out exactly why digital music is making us go deaf.
New York's Mayor Bloomberg is calling on young people to turn down their music players to protect their ears, but are consumers unjust casualties of the music industry's war on loud music? We'll turn the spotlight on why digital music is making us go deaf.
You don't need a Start button; use more keyboard shortcuts, not fewer; enable File History; confirm file deletions; and shut down apps quickly. Plus: tweak your Windows 8 laptop's touch pad.