You may have heard about run-flat tires but unless you drive certain cars, odds are you probably don't have them. CNET's Brian Cooley explains why this forward thinking tire technology just couldn't become the standard for all tires.
Apps are the next big thing in car tech, New York wants to crackdown on how truckers use GPS, why run-flat tires suck so damned much, the search for the perfect iPod Touch rig in your car, and a ride in the BMW 650i Convertible.
Apps are the next big thing in car tech; New York wants to crack down on how truckers use GPS; why run-flat tires suck so damned much; the search for the perfect iPod Touch rig in your car; and a ride in the BMW 650i Convertible.
Sales of bulky tube TVs bested the flat-panel and projection TV competition in the run up to the Super Bowl, according to data released by the NPD Group.
For the first time since the death of the CRT, numerous nonflat televisions will make it onto store shelves. But has the drive to differentiate and turn a profit bent these boob tubes far beyond beneficial?
Microsoft's latest OS keeps gaining users, according to Net Applications, but progress is still coming at a snail's pace.
Commentary: The new partnership between Apple and IBM will help, in the short term, to get more Apple's products into corporations. In the longer term, it could help Apple's cloud efforts as well.
The startup will be the streaming-music service for top music TV company Viacom, directly providing the tunes on MTV, CMT, and VH1 apps and websites.
Very, very few are interested in using the browser on Windows 8's touch-first interface, so Mozilla is mothballing the code and sticking with the older, more popular "desktop" version.
It's a match made in 3D picture-quality heaven. Add the extra pixels of 4K resolution to comfortable, crosstalk-free passive 3D, and you potentially get the best 3D TV picture yet. If you care.