It's not a secret that companies target customers in their advertising. But they may be watching you a bit more closely than you think, and it could cost you money.
According to an article in "Trends in Genetics," a Stanford
biochemist studied thousands of brains and things and concluded that
humans were becoming measurably dumber.
Today, Nintendo will release the Wii U, a new system designed to bridge the core and casual markets. The Wii U is a new console, not an add-on for the existing Wii.
Juxta Labs today announced the launch of WordTag, an iOS and Facebook app that tests users' wits and creativity with a fun and social word-guessing game. Ranking as one of the top two word game apps in the United Kingdom and Canada, WordTag is suitable for social gamers of all ages.
Like most well-adjusted Americans, I check my smartphone every 5 to 10 seconds. If I don't, my hands sweat and I feel guilty for depriving the world of all the interesting things I have to say or text or tweet.
Microsoft is pushing the play button on a new music initiative to take on iTunes and streaming services, such as Spotify.
A good online footprint is a powerful way to position and package one's capabilities, network and access. It also allows friends, batchmates, headhunters and prospective employers to find you.
Apple's much-rumored iPad mini will have its official debut at an event Oct. 23, U.S. tech-watching websites report insiders as saying.
Despite the hardware wars and the multibillion-dollar lawsuits over operating systems, a 3G phone without attractive applications is not really more useful than a cheap mobile with a 1-2-Call SIM.
Music is timeless -- yet modern tech has only made access to it and they ways we can enjoy it better and better. Here are three cool devices that most any audiophile can use to enhance his or her music-listening experience.
Nintendo plans to jump-start its holiday sales with the Nov. 18 release of its new Wii U high-definition video game console.
U.S. toy giant Toys R Us is getting into the
burgeoning market for tablet computers with a new device aimed
squarely at kids, the company announced Monday.
Amazon announced its latest line of e-readers, notably the Kindle Fire HD (in two sizes) and a new, souped-up Kindle Fire at a reduced price point from the original. However, media sources soon confirmed that with the more-affordable Kindle Fire and the new HD tablets came mandatory advertisements. CNET has confirmed, however, that after about a day of widespread negative social media feedback, Amazon has changed its position.
Your teenager says he needs an iPhone. Naturally. While you may think Apple's smartphone sounds like more of a "want" than a "need," it's not as crazy or as expensive a request as it sounds.
Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD boasts a much more vibrant screen than the original tablet that came out about a year ago.