Tech - Most Recent
Feb 20, 2008
Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile say they'll offer unlimited-use cell phone plans at around $100. Some of the plans even include text messaging and Internet access. Janet Babin reports on the flat-rate trend.
Feb 18, 2008
With Toshiba looking ready to abandon the HD DVD format, Blue Ray seems to have finally won the high-definition DVD wars. Bob Moon reports on what retail stores are doing with their HD DVD inventory.
Feb 14, 2008
In a time when blogs and social networking sites make it easier than ever to disclose yourself on the Internet, many people worry about losing their privacy. But commentator Ben Casnocha says there are many benefits to a transparent society.
Feb 13, 2008
The move to digital TV is about a year away, and consumer groups are worried that people might be tricked into buying pricey new TVs to accommodate the transition. Lisa Napoli reports it's not hard for most households to prepare.
Feb 11, 2008
Tech companies are now joining scores of American businesses trying to sell environmentally aware products. Kai Ryssdal talks with Kevin Periera of G4 about some gadgets that might make the thoughtful consumer green with envy.
Feb 8, 2008
Capitol Hill is holding an anti-trust hearing on the Microsoft-Yahoo deal, as Google complains about the merger's potential to create a powerful search-engine adversary. Lisa Napoli has more.
Feb 4, 2008
Google executives spent the weekend calling Yahoo and other companies to try to find an alternative to a Microsoft buyout. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports Yahoo's reaction and why Google is concerned over the deal.
Feb 4, 2008
A computer forensics trade show opens today in Washington, D.C., and industry leaders are showcasing how they can find deleted data from your machine. Danielle Karson has more on the event.
Feb 1, 2008
Microsoft-Yahoo would have to be very innovative to compete with Google, which has almost 60% of the online-search market. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.