Google's free airport Wi-Fi: Five ways to protect yourself

Planning on taking advantage of free Wi-Fi at the airport during your holiday travels? Make sure you follow these tips for securing your wireless computing.

Why no video camera for the iPod touch?

The iPod touch seems like an ideal candidate for a built-in video camera. So why didn't Apple add one on Wednesday?

Skype, eBay divorce: what went wrong

The future looked bright in September 2005 when eBay announced it was buying Internet telephony company Skype Technologies for $2.6 billion. But after four years the companies are parting ways. What went wrong?

Apple looms large over e-reader market

Apple's much-rumored tablet could upend the e-book reader market just as it's getting interesting.

What backlash? iPhone 3GS users very satisfied, survey says

A new survey by RBC/IQ ChangeWave finds that 99 percent of iPhone 3GS owners are satisfied with their mobile device.

eBay's iPhone app gets big update

eBay's iPhone app now sends push notifications to let you know when you've been outbid or when an auction is closing.

URL shortening service is back from the dead

The link shortening service, shut down over the weekend, returned on Tuesday.

Why my digital photo frame stays dark

In the year since I received my digital photo frame as a gift, I've probably used it on maybe a dozen occasions. And I'm not alone.

Greenpeace paints 'hazardous' on HP's roof over toxics use

Upset by what it calls Hewlett-Packard’s "backtracking" on commitments to build greener tech gadgets, Greenpeace activists painted the message 'Hazardous Products' on the rooftop's of HP's headquarters.

Music pirate mom deserves a new trial

Attorneys for a Minnesota mother of four slapped with a $1.92 million fine by a federal jury last month have filed a request for a new trial.

Google: We've made a breakthrough in image search

Google is working on a new technology that allows computers to quickly identify images of more than 50,000 world landmarks with 80-percent accuracy.

Want an iPhone 3G? Good luck finding one

Supplies of the iPhone 3G appear to be running low, fueling speculation that a new model will soon be unveiled.

Report: AT&T may offer cheaper iPhone data plan

BusinessWeek reports that AT&T may soon offer lower-priced iPhone plans.

Research firm: Android poised for massive growth

Research firm Strategy Analytics predicts that global shipments of Android-based smart phones will grow 900 percent this year.

Report: U.S. sales of Blu-ray players soar

U.S. consumers are warming to Blu-ray disc players in a big way, according to NPD Group.