Wires can get in the way of enjoying your tech. Go wireless, and make life simpler!
Struggles with standard electrical, lighting methods make me think there has to be some better way to do some of this in our homes.
Gwinnett needs to keep its eye on the success of L.A.'s $30 million purchase of iPads to replace textbooks in classrooms.
One thing you're certain to start hearing more about -- if you haven't had enough already -- is kind of a new trend called wearable technology. The piece getting the most press is Google Glass, but that's something a little before its time.
Part of me wants to know why it took until 2013 for Congress to get this close to taxing Internet sales pretty much the same way it does all other sales. But then then other part of me has seen Congress in action.
Hybrid/electric cars are increasing in use, so news that they probably won't sell enough to meet Obama's 1 million in 2014 goal has a giant silver lining.
If you have ever owned a cellphone, you know how expensive they can get. Maybe you're lucky and just need them for sporadic calls, allowing you to get prepaid phones that don't cost much at all. Maybe you have figured out a way to just use a tablet for $30/month to stay connected.
The eternal quest for a faster Internet connection is again about to make the leap from the ground to orbit as our horizons keep broadening.
Part of me is glad I missed the launch nightmare of the latest SimCity game. I own a Mac, and we have to wait until "spring 2013" for the Mac version to arrive.
Roku steps up its game in competition with Apple TV with the Roku 3.
Cars don't seem to evolve as quickly as most other things filled with electronics.
I hope we're not too cheap to do something about Earth-buzzing asteroids before we find one that will actually hit us.
The Consumer Electronics Show seems to exist as an event to show me what I can't buy but really want.
It's a great comfort to live in a world filled with plenty of people who focus more on the future than the past. We obviously have a lot to learn about from the past, but the one thing we never can do with the past is change it.
I regret to inform you that I shall not be joining the 18 billion of you taking place in the post-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza known as Black Friday this year. I'm broke, I hate crowds and I think I'll just end up with a pre-emptive strike against the turkey.
It seems weird to think that just two decades ago I really had no comprehension of soccer as a sport outside of the three years I played back in the early 1980s. I was no star, but I can recall playing some nice games in at keeper and scoring once myself on a penalty kick.
I honestly don't know how we ever got by with just a plethora of TV stations feeding us data on election night.
If you had been reading geek tea leaves recently, you knew that Apple was likely to unveil a new, smaller iPad on Tuesday. I figured that, but what I didn't realize is that Apple was going to pretty much revamp its entire product line in the span of about a month.
Scientists have now discovered an exoplanet orbiting our nearest neighbor star system. This is as good as it gets for both science fact and science fiction.
The big news right now in things that go boom and up, up and away is SpaceX's first official resupply mission to the International Space Station.