On Tuesday, I wondered what happened to Samsung’s Series 5 550 Chromebook, a surprisingly good $450 laptop that launched …
(NEW YORK) — Los Angeles’ school system, the second largest in the country, is ordering iPads for all its students, handing Apple a major success in its quest to make the tablet computer a replacement for textbooks.
The Los Angeles Board of Education on Tuesday approved the purchase of $30 million worth of iPads as the first part of …
The unique camera is no longer dependent on a PC for photo sharing.
Apple TV has come a long way since its 2010 revamp, when the only options for streaming video were iTunes, Netflix and YouTube.
The one big new thing in Apple’s new portables is a doozy: far better battery life.
Chromebooks are about to get a boost in exposure, with Walmart and Staples adding the cheap laptops to their stores. But the expanded availability has left me wondering what happened to the best Chromebook of all.
The city is teaming up with AT&T to install 25 solar-powered charging stations in parks across the five boroughs. The charges will provide a free boost to dying phones and other mobile devices.
A Chinese university has built the world’s fastest supercomputer, almost doubling the speed of the U.S. machine that previously claimed the top spot and underlining China’s rise as a science and technology powerhouse.
Barnes & Noble extends the dirt-cheap deals it offered for Father’s Day.
PCMag has published the results from its annual test of mobile data speeds, covering 30 cities around the country.
Netflix says the multi-year agreement is its biggest deal ever for original first-run content and includes more than 300 hours of new programming.
While Google and even Sony have tried to launch their own smart-TV projects, I believe it will be Apple who shows the world how to make a smart TV