Don't-Miss Consumer advice Stories
When a major maker of inkjet printers says it's going to stop selling them, what does this mean for the future of the category, and for you?
Tips and tricks to boost your wireless network range at home or in the office.
The Isis service for paying for goods and services via smartphone initially will be available in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Austin, Texas.
Exposure to tablets and other electronics with backlit displays can disrupt circadian rhythms and cause insomnia or restless sleep, researchers say.
Another promotion for Samsung's next trade show suggests we'll see the Samsung Series 5 Hybrid, announced last June.
Online services are enabling additional security by checking your identity via SMS or a mobile app. Here's how it works.
Can another service find a fit in the crowded social networking world? Branch, still in beta, has backers who believe it has found a route.
The Bluetooth speakers from Carbon Audio bring impressive quality -- and a microphone -- to smartphones and tablets.
Vulnerability in iOS allows an attacker to send a text message that appears to come from a trusted source, says a security researcher.
As major players sign on and the technology advances, mobile payments may become more common -- if the options don't confuse the buying public.