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.

Walmart Offers New Streaming Video Purchases

Walmart announces a new digital download system using Vudu.

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Android Tablets Aren't Selling - Yet

Android is going head to head with Apple but the iPad still rules the tablet market

Wikipedia Wars: 10 Biggest Edit Battles

Apple Wins Bid for an Apple Store in Grand Central Station

The new NYC Apple Store will be the largest in the world.

Bodymedia Takes the Guesswork out of Weight Loss

We took Bodymedia’s Calorie monitor out for a spin and found it helped you plan your diet and exercise

Losing Google Labs is the Price for a More Focused Google

While the search giant’s experimental breeding ground was fun, maybe it’s time for the company to concentrate on improving the services most people use.

New Google Doodle Celebrates Gregor Mendel

Wondering why the Google homepage is decorated with peapods? Let us introduce you to the father of genetics.

New Roku Models Can Play Angry Birds

The new Roku 2 Streaming Video Boxes are smaller and faster than before, and they now come with games.

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Users Unhappy With Mobile Browsing Speeds

A new survey says over 70 percent of users want faster, better mobile browsing.

FDA Plans to Regulate Smartphone Apps

The Food and Drug Administration is setting its sights on medical apps for iPhone, Android, and other smartphones.

Amazon Offers Kindle Textbook Rentals

Amazon to rent university textbooks - not sell them - because you can't sell your used e-textbooks back at the end of the semester for beer money.

Do We Value Convenience Over Security?

New survey finds users engage in actions online they know are unsafe.

Can Spotify Unseat Pandora in US as Top Music Service?

Can Spotify change our expectation of what an online music service should be and squash Pandora while it tries?

Free ID Theft Protection Offers Grow: Are They Any Good?

Sony, Comcast, and your local bank are now offering free identity theft protection. Should you trust free services with your identity?

10 Replacements for the Space Shuttle