That's after redeeming a $25 cashback offer, which is way easier than a rebate. There's never been a better price on this popular wireless step-counter.
Phone makers pushed the limits of decency this year, rolling out devices that are bigger than a handheld device has any right to be. And you know what? People loved them.
Before RIM again delayed the BlackBerry 10, it might have taken a cue from the Google exec responsible for shepherding the Nexus 7 project.
Google is working on Project Glass to create a glasses-based heads-up display. I discuss the effort with CNET's Martin LaMonica and the CEO of a company already making such a device.
A MasterCard poll finds that 63 percent of those 18 to 34 years old would be comfortable paying for items using their cell phones, compared with 37 percent of those 35 and older.
The software maker is kicking off its largest-ever ad campaign targeting businesses.
Friday marks the day that full-power TV broadcasters will finally stop sending analog signals and will transmit only digital signals.
The Federal Communications Commission says most consumers are prepared for the June 12 switch to digital TV, but it still expects some issues and outreach continues.
Three agencies are competing to advertise a Microsoft product referred to as "Pink," supposedly a new Zune client and service for Windows Mobile. Deadline is end of May.
Attendees at a big software-as-a-service conference turn a cold shoulder to sessions devoted to green aspects of cloud computing.