Rep. Henry Cuellar recently took his iPad into the House of Representatives, which has long been a technology-free zone. Now, a new proposal would allow the device to return.
A bipartisan bill in Congress aims to bring in a "loser pays" system for software and hardware patent lawsuits, to protect startups from companies that want to force settlements through the threat of high legal bills.
Research from Piper Jaffray suggests gadgets and food, rather than clothes, are the main areas where teens spend money.
Although it's fairly pricey, the House of Marley Bag of Rhythm is a quality portable boom box that throws out a lot of sound for its size.
Google's mobile operating system captured more than 50 percent of the smartphone market over the three-month period ended in February, ComScore says.
The PlayStation 4 has been a comeback product for Sony, which slipped from videogame domination with the pricey PlayStation 3. With Morpheus, the company could reinvent the console gaming experience, but the package has many moving pieces.
An amendment to the Defense Dept. spending bill prohibits funding for installation of security vulnerabilities in US-made tech equipment.
The Grand S Pro is a good deal with a carrier agreement, but U.S. Cellular has other phones that are faster and more reliable.
House of Cards is coming to Comcast Xfinity customers.
Politicians fail to block National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program that vacuums up Americans' phone call metadata. But privacy advocates say they're encouraged.