Introducing affordable electronics to America, including computers, stereo receivers, and cellular phones, Radio Shack arguably did more for the culture of digital consumerism in the United States than any other company.
After its triumph in making people consider that Radio Shack has finally emerged from the '80s during the Super Bowl, the company has released an array of videos featuring Cliff the mailman and Jason the serial killer, among others.
Mary Lou Retton, Cliff from "Cheers" and Hulk Hogan are just a few long-gone stars brought out of cobwebs to sell Radio Shack.
Buyers can trade in an older iPad and use the cash to help pay for the new Air or take it in the form of a gift card.
The TRS-80 and the rise of consumer electronics.
In this week's Ask Maggie, CNET consumer advice columnist Marguerite Reardon cautions readers to think twice about giving a smartphone as a gift. Why's that? It's the gift that keeps on costing.
All other versions of iPhone 6 still require longer ship times as supply catches up with demand.
A $99.99 S3 for you, a free S2 for someone in your family. Plus, you can get a $50 Google Play credit and at least a couple of $10 Radio Shack coupons as part of the deal.
Not satisfied with the portable speaker options out there? Here's how to make your own with a little hacking and crafting.
This orb-shaped speaker combines great sound with great battery life and a three-year warranty.