David DawContributor, PCWorld

David Daw has studied the history and future of television and has a master's in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts from San Francisco State University along with a BA in genre fiction from NYU.

Jawbone’s Up Health Tracker Suffers Serious Hardware Issues

With numerous reports of hardware failure, Jawbone offers a complete refund on its tracking device. You're eligible even if your Up still works.

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Twitter Rolls Out a New Redesign

Twitter once again updates its interface--this time to bring it in line with its popular mobile apps.

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Evernote Releases Two New iOS Apps: Evernote Food and Evernote Hello

Evernote Food and Evernote Hello make it easier to keep track of the food you eat or the people you meet. We tried them both out.

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Get Google's New Search Bar Now

A quick hack can give you early access to Google's newest feature.

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Great Gifts Under $200

From realistic lightsabers to the season's hottest video games--we’ve got the perfect gift for everyone on your list.

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What Do Your Gadgets Really Weigh?

Wonder why your backpack or jacket feels too heavy? We weighed popular tech items along with some common handheld objects to give you perspective on what you're lugging around with you.

How to Use Twitter for Customer Support

Twitter can be one of your most effective tools for finding and helping troubled customers. Here’s how to make it work for your company.

New iOS 5.0.1 Glitches: Is Apple Entirely to Blame?

Apple's latest iOS update may very well have issues, but it may not be the sole culprit for newly reported problems.

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Siri Outages Indicate Apple Still Doesn't Get the Cloud

The recent downtime for Apple's virtual assistant show the company still has a lot to learn about web services.

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Apple Promises a Fix for iPhone 4S Battery Issues

The company blames recent battery woes--reported by users--on iOS 5 and promises fixes.

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Ditch iTunes Forever With Spotify

Streaming music service Spotify finally lets users keep their iDevice but ditch iTunes.

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What Makes Siri Special?

With its combination of advanced artificial intelligence and sharp wit, Apple’s virtual assistant may kick off an explosion of new voice recognition applications.

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10 Twitter Bot Services to Simplify Your Life

Automated Twitter accounts turn Twitter into a functional assistant to steer you clear of danger and missing appointments.

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Free Your iPhone or iPad From the Tyranny of iTunes Syncing

Thanks to new syncing features in iOS 5, you no longer have to plug your iDevices into your computer and iTunes. We show you how to use them.

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Android Media Players Take on the iPod Touch

Archos, Philips, Samsung, and Sony hope to give Apple's iPod Touch a run for its money with their own Android-based personal media player offerings.