The tiny mouse fits in your pocket and is also a PowerPoint presenter.
Wirelessly Transmitting large amounts of data between devices is going to get easier, but not until 2013. Ali Sadri of the WiGig Alliance explains.
As Internet connectivity becomes more of a necessity than a luxury, companies are looking for ways to make the wires in your house more useful.
From data-only cell phone plans to HTML 5, these ten advancements are ready to go mainstream in the year to come.
Near Field Communication lets you pay at the register with a tap of your phone. But is the system safe—or necessary?
Hangouts and AnyMeeting both have free and elegant chat interfaces. Depending on what you’re looking for, however, other services might suit you better.
Sprint updates developers on its 2012 plans for phone and tablet technologies.
Managing your bills through an online syncing service such as Manilla or Pageonce is a great idea--you get payment reminders, and you won’t ever lose a bill again. But you don’t need more than one of these services. So which one is best for you?
Education is expensive--unless you use a free independent-learning site such as Khan Academy or Open Yale Courses on your free time. But if your spare time is limited, you’ll want to choose one academic site that’s best for you.
If you want to see the world without spending a fortune, these sites--including Airfarewatchdog and Google Flights--will help.
If you haven’t tried underappreciated online services such as Earndit, PageOnce, and Rdio, you’re missing out on some of the Web’s handiest sites for managing your money, your health, your music, and more.
With the help of new or expanded online services such as Earndit and Livestrong, you can get in shape and watch your diet.
Have a great business plan or creative concept, but no capital? These websites will help you raise the money you need to get your idea off the ground.