What's wrong with a little passive aggressiveness for the holidays?
Lots of people (like me) believe they exist in large numbers, but a lot of men in blue suits deny the phenomenon and, until recently, haven't really wanted to talk about it.
Many thousands of smartphones and tablets will be lost this year. These tips, tricks, and apps will help your gadgets make it safely into the new year.
With the right gear and a few tips and tricks, your podcasts will sound like they came from a broadcasting booth.
Roadside businesses offer free Wi-Fi for the same reasons they offer public restrooms. Here’s how to find it and how to use it.
Pay TV companies can't raise subscription prices fast enough to keep up with spiking content costs. And subscribers are bailing faster than ever.
From powered bike wheels to handlebars with turn signals, these are the coolest biking gadgets and add-ons we've seen this year.
What started in Kansas City has now spread to the nation's second biggest city, and analysts think many more cities will follow.
Tech companies are increasingly leveraging a federal deduction related to stock option compensation that relieves them of paying millions in income taxes.
The company's content chief raised the thorny old issue of release windows by suggesting that Hollywood movies should appear on Netflix on the same day they open in theaters.
The company is in late-stage talks to buy Intel’s nascent Internet video service, and may be dreaming of a unique way to deliver it to the living room. Hint: no wires.
Even if the local ISPs spoil Google's fiber-fast Internet business, Google still wins.
Sure, movie stars use them and they don't make your clothes smell, but a lot of information--good, bad, and ugly--is missing from the e-cigarette story that advertisements tell.
Yes, the Internet has brought us closer together, encouraged progress in the Third World, democratized information, revitalized whole industries, and got us a date. But sometimes it's felt like surfing in a sea of dumb.
It all started with the 2013 Emmy Awards ceremony, and went downhill for cable and broadcast TV companies from there.
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