Do you still grieve the death of popular RSS reader Google Reader? You’re not alone.
What’s the very first thing that goes through your mind after you’ve dropped your smartphone? That might not be printable, right? However, if you’ve invested in a smartphone case that uses the latest in protection technology, your first thoughts after dropping your phone could be clean enough to publish in a family newspaper
Our gadgets make life easier. Now you can get the address of that new Thai restaurant with your cell phone.
Does your job demand that you stare at a computer screen for several hours at a stretch? If so, eyestrain may become a serious problem
Google Reader, the popular RSS reader, is all but gone. Google declared that it would eliminate the service once July 1 rolls around
Think your small business is safe from cyber criminals?
You need to research Einstein’s life for a school paper. You must research the history of your company’s biggest competitor. The Internet is there for you
Is the United States making a more dangerous Web?
Remember the days when your only option for connecting to the Internet was to boot up your PC or laptop? Well, those days are definitely gone. You’ve got more options than ever before to access the Internet, anything from your smartphone to your tablet to your video-game console
It’s an issue all computer users face: Would it be preferable to download a desktop e-mail client like Sparrow or Postbox or is Web-based e-mail like Gmail the best choice? Unsurprisingly, there isn’t a clear answer.