We must continue to learn new things about a rapidly changing world and our own changing capabilities.
J.T. and Dale give advice on profile photos, getting a job at Google.
Tip: Items expressly made to be collectible will never have significant value
Growing up in a small, segregated Georgia town in the 1950s, I remember studying from used textbooks that were sent to our Colored school after a white school received its new textbooks. Sometimes the textbooks contained hateful racial slurs written by students who knew that the books were d…
‘Hi. I’m Dave. And I’m a postaholic.” I scanned the small crowd in the drab hall. The phone in my hand beeped text alerts.
As the U.S. economy continues to sputter, five areas may heavily affect a recovery in 2014:
Despite pleas for leniency from family members, friends and a defense attorney, a Tucson man was sentenced to five years in prison on charges that he viewed and exchanged child pornography on his computer.
The salesman’s claims were too good to be true, in retrospect, says local business owner Danny Valenzuela.
University of Arizona optical scientist is inventing a variety of wearable displays that combine virtual reality with, well, reality.
The first step in dealing with a problem is to admit that you have one.
ATLANTA - A new device from Google makes it easy to stream video from several popular services to a high-definition TV. Chromecast is tiny enough to dangle from a keychain when not in use, but it packs a big punch for a low price.
Google's Moto X can be custom-ordered with 252 possible variations, letting buyers set their own style.
NEW YORK - With its first smartphone designed completely in-house, Google is demonstrating one of the benefits of moving production from Asia to the U.S.: It's letting buyers customize phones to give them their own style.
NEW YORK - When it comes to technology, we've been trained to expect more for less. Devices get more powerful each year, as prices stay the same or drop. With the new Nexus 7 tablet, Google hopes we're willing to pay more for more.
Google unveiled the updated - and $30 more expensive - Nexus 7 tablet this week.
Google introduced a new Nexus 7 mini-tablet with a high-definition screen on Wednesday; above, it's used during a demonstration in conjunction with Google's new Chromecast gadget to control a television.
Mario Queiroz, Google's vice president for product management, holds up the Chromecast gadget that Google unveiled on Wednesday.
SAN FRANCISCO - Making a new move into Internet television, Google Inc. on Wednesday said it will start selling a $35 gadget that will plug into a high-definition TV and stream video from Netflix, YouTube and other sources.
President Obama wants to make government "smarter." Who could disagree with that? Whether you're an anarchist, a Leninist or somewhere in between, everyone can agree that Uncle Sam could afford a few more IQ points.