Gone are the days of pasting photographs into clunky albums. These days, the best way to preserve your memories and treasure your digital photographs is through easy-to-make photo books. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of the best such online services.
Someday, when the kids are grown, you'll be glad you made a record of all the cute things they said. This app makes it easy.
This iOS app (coming soon for Android) stores photos of your little one's masterpieces and automatically syncs them with Facebook, Evernote, or Twitter.
Time's up, says Carpathia Hosting, the company that has maintained the 25 million gigabytes of data belonging to MegaUpload since the U.S. government shut the service down for alleged piracy.
Several wireless carriers--with AT&T and Verizon notably absent--are quibbling over a clause in the House's jobs bill that would strip the FCC of its ability to impose restrictions in future spectrum auctions.
The n2Vin wine preservation system uses nitrogen to delay oxidation.
Unfortunately, it doesn't help enough. By not offering integrated recording tools, it kills the chance for spontaneous interviews.
Big Blue's new analytics software project will help extract, annotate, and visually analyze terabytes of Web information. Among its early adopters: the British Library.
Hide your arcade console in style.
Reminder: Back up your User folder to preserve iTunes purchases