It's easy to focus on what went wrong in 2015. We prefer to look to the future. Inspired by folk legend Woody Guthrie's "New Years Rulin's," we offer up simple suggestions for a fun, successful 2016.
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While many of us will be making new year's resolutions to eat healthier and get fit, it's also the perfect time to get your tech life in shape. Here are three quick technology resolutions to make for 2016.
Levi's Stadium is one of the most high-powered venues in sports. On Super Bowl Sunday, we'll see if its network can handle the data-storm caused by throngs of smartphone-wielding fanatics.
Already wrecked your New Year's resolutions? These free Android and iOS apps will help reboot your resolve.
If you've already failed at your New Year's resolution to run a marathon every day in 2016, try keeping one of these for your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account instead. Bonus: You can still eat pizza.
From the Cheapskate: Originally $700 (!), this 5.5-inch phone features an arched design and scratch-resistant coating.
The new year is a great time to start fresh, get organized and streamline your workflow. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on ways technology can help improve your productivity at work in 2015.
It's time to make -- and hopefully keep -- a New Year's resolution. It can be hard to stay on track, especially if your goal is to lose weight and exercise more. In this Tech Minute, CNETs Kara Tsuboi reports on new apps that can connect you to a real, personal coach to help you keep your resolution.
Confused by all the different resolution numbers like 2K, 4K, 1080p, and so on? Here's what they all mean.