Trapit is a fun and mostly efficient way to find information on subjects that interest you. Instead of searching for stories, you can simply browse the latest news on the topics you like.
Pricing not available
The consumer rights show will examine the S4, which has come under fire for having less storage space than advertised.
Two artists come up with some of the most unusual cameras we've ever seen, including shooters made out of turtle and armadillo shells.
The eagerly awaited biopic of the Apple founder aims to capture a legend, but it neglects the world he lived in.
The European government proposes levying a tax on Internet-based tech companies that make mass amounts of revenue with online advertising.
The story overstated how long Safari has had private browsing. Safari has offered it since OS X 10.4 Tiger
Doing some Web searches you want to keep extra private? Try private browsing, Do Not Track, and other tools.
For anyone who's had trouble trying to find the right image among the many displayed in a typical Google Image Search, you can now sort the images to help you better narrow down the right one.
A number of people who use Apple's "Mail" email client have installed the WideMail plugin to give an alternate message layout with the message list and message body being side-by-side, which is more appealing for wide-screen displays. After updating to 10.6.4, some of these people have found a couple of problems associated with Mail. The first is that the plugin no longer seems to work, and secondly the Mail subject line is blank in the message browser.
Red Hat's business model is "open by default," but different companies can apply this principle in different ways.