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Do you really need that $350 productivity suite? Jim Martin suggests some money-saving alternatives.
Four former HR execs at Dell file a discrimination lawsuit against the company.
Microsoft's extreme console makeover for the Xbox 360 arrives on November 19th, and it's already a huge improvement.
The three netbooks range in price from $379 to $699, including entry-level models and a colorful designer mini-laptop.
The 100-year-old newspaper will offer a weekly magazine and digital daily bulletins.
Motorola says it will adopt Google's Android operating system for a new line of mid-tier phones. Will it be enough to save Motorola's handset division?
Sony reduced the operating loss in its PlayStation division as revenue rose 10 percent.
HP's second-generation mini-notebook falls in the middle of the current netbook pack due to performance tests.
Aruba Networks on Tuesday publicly launched Aruba Labs to sponsor research into wireless applications and environmental...
Memristor circuits lead to ultrasmall PCs. Intel and AMD unleash massively multicore CPUs. Samsung TVs respond to your every gesture. These and other developing technologies will fundamentally change the way you think about--and use--technology.
Plus: Windows Media Player and Encoder risks, and Firefox fixes.
This is a nice value system with good mainstream performance and a TV tuner.
Tiny but powerful, this PC is perfect for small workspaces and kiosks.
This triple-core Phenom system is a solid buy for SOHO users on a budget.
If excellent everyday performance on a budget is your desire, this PC is a good choice.
New browser features add privacy, but they won't completely cover your tracks.
A favorite multipurpose weapon of online thieves is growing larger and more powerful, according to those who combat the threat.
Enjoy your video and audio collections to the fullest with the help of these free and low-cost downloads.
Wal-Mart says it will start selling T-Mobile's G1 Google Android cellphone starting Wednesday. It also promises to slash the price.
Faced with a worsening economy, companies are afraid to raise prices, so they're introducing sneaky fees instead.