In 2017, bank statements and legal notices apparently will still arrive as paper almost twice as often as electronic documents. The slow-but-steady growth of paperless delivery has its upsides -- and one major downside.
New program gives points to Verizon customers that can be used to buy merchandise, gift cards, and other products. Is there a catch?
These sensor-packed locomotives compute some 150,000 data points per minute. CNET Road Trip 2014 got a chance to see how they're built.
The Cheapskate is giving away this awesome cloud-savvy scanner, which has a retail value of $500.
With an impending wedding, Crave writer and budget-minded geek Amanda Kooser is putting technology to work planning for the big day.
Sony's 13.3-inch pad uses a Kindle-style screen, lets you scribble on your documents, and will go on sale in May for $1,100.
The new product from Y-Combinator's HelloFax aims to replace printing and scanning documents while taking a consumer approach to the fabled office of the future.
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Fujitsu has shown off PulseWallet at CES 2014, a payment system that identifies you by scanning the unique pattern of veins in your hand.
That letter opener might soon go the way of the Dodo bird. According to AmEx, more and more Americans are sending paperless holiday greetings. Some 34 percent plan on sending holiday e-mails and 27 percent plan to simply post on Facebook. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi shares some ways to create digital greeting cards, perfect for sharing your holiday cheer