The path to using your phone to pay for goods has been a long and windy one, but the head of Isis believes the time is right.
The "Samsung Smart Home" platform will enable users to manage all of their connected appliances and devices through a single application.
After a successful education-focused hackathon last year, the two tech giants are expanding the program with two events, female teams, and prizes for the best ed tech apps.
A Florida school admits that it made several mistakes when it allowed a security company to install iris scanners without telling parents -- and without even having a contract with the company.
Tykes are dream customers who don't care how they watch Mickey and clamor to watch him again and again. With Netflix and Amazon catering more to kids, parents may be the next big group to cut the cable cord.
This Kickstarter project combines an extremely versatile desktop dock with a flexible iPhone cradle you can use anywhere there's a USB port.
The iBoss Home Parental Control Wireless-N router offers the most comprehensive tool to manage access to the Internet. Beyond that, it's a rather simple router that requires an annual subscription fee to operate, therefore holding appeal only for those who want complete control over a network's online activities.
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In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon advises against expensive smartphones for consumers who don't use their phone's capabilities. And she offers some affordable alternatives for unlimited data packages.
AAA Foundation in-car camera study of teen drivers shows distractions differ between the sexes.
The formal process of speeding up Hypertext Transfer Protocol is under way with proposals from Google, Microsoft, and others. There are differences -- but common ground, too.