Go big or go home, right? Or in this case, stay home. Spring break time has rolled around again, and if you're planning a last-minute vacay on the fly, you might want to use these sites and apps to score some savings.
A recent survey sent to Disneyland Annual Passport holders asks whether they'd be interested in a 'Star Wars'-themed section of the park. Is this a dream come true, or Disney and Lucasfilm's terrible quest to sellout?
Those who are still in love with the idea of a physical, instant photo will adore the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8... but it's a love that comes with a hefty price tag. Here's our hands on.
Want to legally watch 'Game of Thrones' without a subscription to HBO? After years of reticence, HBO is reportedly considering offering a streaming-only subscription to its content, partnering with ISPs.
Ideal for NYC residents and tourists looking for the fastest way to reach another part of the city using the subway, the MTA will be installing touchscreen displays at select stations later this year.
New technology debuted in England last week demonstrated a way to keep livers in working condition mid-transplant, which can control the organ's life for up to 24 hours outside of a human system.
Jawbone has announced its fitness tracking wristband, the Jawbone UP, is now compatible with Android thanks to a newly released app available through Google Play. The wristband is also now available internationally.
Never mind chocolate or booze, there are other things that you could give up for Lent according to the Russian Orthodox Church. Like, for example, Facebook and Twitter. In fact, just give up social media altogether.
Study shows that by simply analyzing the words you commonly use in your tweets, you can easily find out which Twitter group you belong to.
Give your wallets a break and name your own price for a pack of six indie PC or Mac games. Today's DT Deal puts the power in your hands in the name of charity: Pay as much or as little as you want.
We highlight our favorite Samsung Galaxy S3 cases on the market.
There were plenty of ways to get around Austin during SXSW, and we did our best to try nearly all of them. Here's our ranking on the best and worst ways to go anywhere during the festival.
Philips surprises us with a rather unique new TV design that fuses a 46 or 55-inch TV to a solid sheet of glass which acts as a sort of frame and base for the TV. No word yet on whether we'll see this beauty state-side, but it's still fun to look at.
SXSW is part interactive, part film, and a whole lotta music. Here are some of the tracks we've Shazam-ed during the festival so you can formulate a playlist hip enough for Austin.
SXSW festival goers looking for love have apparently come to the most technological place to find it. Tons of dating apps were advertised across festival grounds, giving them plenty of options to find one true love - or a one night stand.