With an app or two, you can settle or -- better yet -- prevent arguments among your roommates about who owes whom money.
Ah, the dreaded college roommate. Or the perfect roommate. It's all less of a guessing game, thanks to -- you guessed it -- Facebook.
If you've ever lived with a housemate, you know one of the most difficult parts is dividing expenses. Now, you can prevent awkward situations and financial battles with a couple of smartphone apps designed to streamline the process. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the two best expense-sharing apps on the market.
Judge chastises plaintiff for showing no remorse after roommate apparently kills himself following the spying.
It's important to note that this is the single worst thing I've ever seen in the whole history of everything, ever, and I've seen some bad stuff
Molly Wood reviews the new MySpace original series, "Roommates"
This is the News Corp.-owned social-networking site's first time producing a scripted Web series; three-minute episodes will run through Dec. 21.
This 5-foot-tall "Kawakita" Godzilla from Sideshow Collectibles could be your new roommate for a mere $3,000. Just don't expect him to do the dishes.
The Flatshare modular-refrigerator concept saves you from messy, food-stealing roommates.
The rental-by-mail service is eliminating a feature that allows a single account to be split into separate profiles for family members or housemates. At least some members aren't happy.