What kinds of tech gadgets should you have in your emergency kits? We give you some ideas and take some from the audience.
What tech is necessary for your emergency kit? We cover some ideas and take some from the audience.
Officials say they are feeling more positive about the switch to digital TV than they were before the previous deadline thanks to coordinated efforts among different agencies.
Brad Bostrom, a wilderness expert, describes the must-have items that travelers should throw in their trunks before a road trip. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari reports from REI in San Francisco.
Just in case you've forgotten why you should be worried, here is a list of reminders and a plea for IT groups to get their act together.
The peer-to-peer home rental service works with hosts in San Francisco and Portland, Ore., to provide emergency housing.
This little go-anywhere gadget charger also works as a lantern and a flashlight. Toss it in your bag for travel or camping and get a boost of power and light.
A new executive order addresses how the country deals with the Internet during natural disasters and security emergencies, but it also puts a lot of power in the government's hands.
The service helps you organize your neighbors into a social network, but sharing emergency-preparedness information customized to your area may require a free site-building service such as Google Sites.
An Oregon man, who allegedly says he is addicted to porn, is arrested and charged with breaking into homes to satisfy his addiction by viewing on stranger's computers.