Subscriptions aren’t just for magazines and newspapers anymore – now you can get anything from razors to clothes delivered to your door on a regular basis.
Americans rely more on more on electronics every day, but few of us show much interest in how they work – or how to fix them when they fail. What ever happened to being handy?
Inbox Zero forces you to deal with every email immediately in the quest for peace of mind and productivity. But does it work? I put it to use to find out.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is convinced that cameras can revolutionize the process and results of teacher observation. How would the plan differ from current observation regimes and, more importantly, can it work?
Microsoft has seen better days. But ironically, it could learn a thing or two about a return to glory from Apple, which came back from even worse odds a decade ago.
PowerPoint has become the go-to solution for public-speaking amateurs and pros alike, but the tired tool has also become like a lullaby for audiences everywhere. Use these software alternatives and pro tips to step up your game.
By embracing technology to tend to his flock, Pope Francis could help usher in a forward-thinking new age for the Catholic Church.
So-called personal social networks let you open up to your significant other online without sharing your every foible with the world, but can they really improve a relationship? My wife and I put Tokii to the test to find out.
Crawling through War and Peace might get you an A in high school English, but as new research shows, our brains are actually better suited to the shorter snippets the Internet delivers.
From Facebook accounts to email addresses, our digital possessions are often just as valuable as the physical ones we leave behind. But things aren’t exactly cut and dry when it comes to what happens to these after death.
The tired tropes dredged up on King of the Nerds don’t reflect the reality of 2013: We’re all part of geek culture.
The user review has been around online shopping practically since online shopping’s been around, but it doesn’t appear to have affected the quality of products that are produced. Why not?
Clean up your digital act in 2013 with a few New Year’s resolutions tailored for techies.
Tablets and smartphones give kids potential 24/7 access to apps and streaming content, but like all good things, “screen time” needs to come in moderation.
Apple’s decision to build some products in the US might make for good publicity, but it doesn’t represent any dramatic shift for the country, or the company.