Forget the Start button. There's another feature Microsoft yanked from Windows that I want back even more.
A mother wants to share a picture of her son on Facebook. He lived only eight hours. Facebook removes the image, deeming it "too graphic." Much later, the company offers an apology and admits it erred.
Whether you want to cut the cable-TV cord or just record some shows for on-the-go viewing, this dual-mode tuner is a steal.
If your PC is pulling TV duty, you'll need a remote to make the most of it. Here's a nice one for cheap.
Microsoft's WMC will offer sports, other premium content in bid to attract more mainstream users. New channel will feature replays of each NCAA tournament game.
Want to turn one or more Windows 7 PCs into killer DVRs? Grab a CableCard from your cable company and plug this tuner into your home network router.
A Tennessee kindergarten teacher apparently used her Facebook account to vent a bit. The school is not impressed.
Sprint is moving to a pay-for-placement model that allows developers to bid for a prominent spot in the Sprint Zone application or on the Sprint Tab in the Android Market.
Your iPhone can already control iTunes from afar, but what about Windows Media Center? Mediamote turns your handset into a slick little clicker, and it doesn't cost a penny.