"I wouldn't write it off today, but I would say the Chromebook is another handful of nails being driven into the coffin" of the PC, says Greg Stebben, WTOP's tech guy.
Supervalu reveals data breach that could affect stores in dozens of states
Apple bans potentially hazardous benzene, n-hexane during final assembly of iPhones, iPads
The company famous for its instant camera decades before the digital boom is back with a tiny cube-sized camera that can clip onto bikes, tripods and could even be stuffed into a pocket. And it could challenge GoPro, king of the market.
Amazon to offer credit-card reader and mobile app for small businesses
Is your online world as safe as it could be? Data Doctor Ken Colburn explains what 2-factor authentication is, and whether it's a valuable tool.
In a kerfuffle about the Facebook messaging app? Here are 5 things you should know
A Closer Look: Mobile devices are starting to offer multitasking, but not as extensive as PCs
Wal-Mart uses a test-and-learn approach to rolling out new products and services
Robots are invading a popular hotel chain, to help humans do their job better.
#Barmageddon or #Barghazi? Law students sue when bar exam software fails to transmit answers
This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
Picture this: Manchester United bans fans from bringing iPads, tablet devices to Old Trafford
The true transformers: Cheap and fast robots can now assemble themselves from sheet of paper
Chesterfield County to provide laptops to all its middle school students
A professor of psychology says our obsession with those computers in our pockets puts at risk for ankle sprains and getting hit by cars because our brains are too absorbed to keep us safe.
Aspen Art Museum stands by exhibit featuring live tortoises, despite cruelty petition
Even though the broadband era is 10 years old, millions still pay AOL dial-up fees.
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