The Hitachi UltraVision LE42S704 delivers decent picture quality and great audio at a good price if you're not set on Internet or robust multimedia support.
From the sneaky salespeople to the misleading movie demos, buying a new HDTV can be tough. Here's how to see through the in-store demo tricks and save money on the set that's right for you.
The Samsung LN46C650 is a dream come true for budget minded buyers who seek solid image quality in a connected HDTV with advanced features.
As HDTVs have become more sophisticated, so has the labs's test methodology. But we still rely heavily on actual people evaluating actual content.
Seagate delivers a full-featured media streamer at an affordable price, but it's not quite as polished as the WD TV Live Plus.
The AT&T 3G MicroCell largely (but not 100 percent reliably) delivers on its promise of excellent 3G coverage indoors, if you're willing to pay.
Knowing how, when, and when not to deduct your technology expenses is key to minimizing your taxes while avoiding inquisitive IRS auditors.
TaxAct's tax help is adequate for many situations, and it's a terrific deal, especially if you don't stand to benefit from the data-import options available in TurboTax and H&R Block at Home,
Sign of the times: Most people who use software to prepare and electronically file their income tax returns now opt for Web services.
People who are willing to take care of data entry but who like the ability to consult with a tax pro as needed might find H&R Block's Best of Both a good compromise between going to an H&R Block office and doing their taxes entirely by themselves online.
TurboTax is worth its price premium for anyone who can benefit from TurboTax's superior data import capability, or its superlative context-sensitive help and navigation features.
Home networking giant Netgear plans to introduce a 500 megabit-per-second line of HomePlug AV powerline products this fall.
Asus may be coming late to the e-reader party, but it's definitely thinking big.
If you've been waiting for a no-frills e-book reader that's scarcely heavier than an iPhone, check out the Cybook Opus from Bookeen.
Sony's first wireless e-book reader, though pricey, offers first-rate newspaper support--but only if AT&T's service cooperates.