How did TiVo, Skype, eBay, and others wind up with the names they did? JR Raphael has the answer.
Here's a sobering statistic: With a 40- to 45-hour work week, many Americans spend about 25 percent of the year on the job and 2,000 hours sitting at a desk. A simple workstation tune-up can make you a lot more comfortable.
Google's groundbreaking model for selling Android phones from a single Website is about to become history.
Apple may not want Flash on its mobile devices, but users of Android will soon gain full support for the multimedia platform.
Behind all the buzz about the 3D TV technology stands a stern warning: If you're a teenager, a pregnant woman, a senior citizen, or a drunk, you shouldn't necessarily be watching it. The same applies if you're just really, really tired.
Google may be getting into the tablet game, according to a New York Times report.
AT&T may have opened its arms to Android with the release of Motorola's Backflip, but it isn't exactly embracing the platform's open nature.
Android 2.1 will not be appearing on Droid soon, despite Motorola's promise earlier this week.
PC World tells you what you need to know about the newly unveiled Android-based smartphone from Google.