A new smartphone will let people use Wi-Fi networks to make calls, text and surf the Internet, without having to dip into a monthly allowance of minutes or data.
WASHINGTON — There is a science to packing the best punch into a caffeine routine. But most caffeine drinkers have been going about it all wrong, according to a new video by AsapScience. While millions…
WASHINGTON — It happens every time Apple releases a new product or operating system — users realize that utilizing all the features of the device can also drain the battery. Taking a few simple steps…
The U.S. Open, which began at Flushing Meadows this week, will test not only the world\’s best tennis players but the latest in wearable technology.
It\’s graduation season and some tech gifts can be the right tools to help graduates watch TV, exercise, cook and communicate.
Sunday\’s Super Bowl poses an immense challenge for security officials, particularly in analyzing the flood of available data to discern a legitimate threat.
Texting is so 2012. At least that\’s what researchers say as more people favor instant message apps.
If you like using social apps on your smartphone, some new trends
may define the way you communicate in 2014.
Does your phone give you motion sickness? It\’s not just you.
Webcams are the latest tech gadget that pose a threat to your privacy threat. So how can you protect yourself.
Want to know the best rides of 2013 so far? CNET editor-at-large Brian Cooley lists his Top 5 in the video below.
Twitter\’s new music discovery app will make
streaming songs easier on mobile devices, while
simultaneously engaging Twitter users.
Larry Magid, CBS technology consultant and CNET technology analyst
Verizon has been hit by a massive data outage, affecting smart-phone users across the country.