Opinion Revenge can be sweet. It's your chance to let the bozos know what we think of them by voting in the Consumerist "Worst Company in America" contest.
Opinion Mozilla has simplified the process of keeping your browsing habits private. The new version of Firefox also includes a greatly improved download manager.
Opinion If you like Windows 8 and have lots of room in your budget, you'll love the Lenovo Carbon. But most consumers will find the price and the limitations and complexity of Microsoft's new operating system a turn off.
Opinion Don't believe it when a salesperson tells you should buy an extended warranty on your new HDTV or pay an extra $100 for a faster processor. Here's the myth-busting truth.
Opinion A new study shows that being forced to listen to one half of a person's cell phone conversation is far more distracting than overhearing two people talk.
Opinion Apple says build your mobile browser our way, and Mozilla says no way. A deal to get Firefox on iOS is never going to get done. And who loses? Me and you.
Opinion AT&T’s U-verse Internet, TV and landline-phone service just got more expensive. Unfortunately, it didn’t get any better, according to CIO.com blogger Bill Snyder.
Opinion If Microsoft Office 2013 isn't your style or within your budget, check out LibreOffice. It's free, Office-compatible and uses far fewer resources. You can even run it on your Surface Pro.
Opinion Be careful what personal images and data you share with your lover -- when the romance ends you might end up, ahem, exposed ... and very embarrassed.
Opinion Cross your wallet with your smartphone and you'll have what Intuit calls Mobile Money. It's a new take on mobile payments using NFC-enabled smartphones.
Opinion Think of all the information you turn over to Google and realize that the government can get its hands on it without even obtaining a warrant.
Opinion You can still get fired for sounding off about work on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. But if you're trying to improve working conditions, and not just venting, regulators may protect you.
Opinion Instead of worrying about the security threat posed by Java, simply get rid of it. Chances are you won’t miss it. Here are steps you can take to kill Java from your PC.
Opinion Alternative browser RockMelt has moved from the iPad to the iPhone, and is a great source for helping you find new stuff and keep up with your friends on social media.
Opinion Sluggish multitasking performance, scratch-prone backs and too little storage. The iPad Mini, Kindle Fire HD and Google Nexus 7 have their good points, but here are the complaints voiced by users.
Opinion Apple recently rolled out iTunes 11, which is a great-looking and efficient digital media player. It's not perfect, according to CIO.com blogger Bill Snyder, but it's a huge improvement over previous versions of iTunes.
Opinion Buying holiday gifts like the iPad or an HDTV shouldn't mean you've maxed out your credit cards. Here are five way to get the most for your money when you're shopping for that gadget-obsessed somebody.
Opinion Security still worries users of Dropbox, while Apple’s iCloud doesn’t play well with Mountain Lion, and users of Google Drive sometimes can’t find their files. Here are the complaints of users like you.
Opinion Acer’s new, $199 C7 Chromebook is a vast improvement over the first-generation Chromebook, but there are a few things potential buyers should know before purchasing one.
Opinion From laptops to iPhone accessories, online and brick and mortar retail stores will be chasing your dollars with tempting discounts. Here are some ways to come out ahead on the biggest shopping day of the year.
Opinion Browser speed matters more on mobile devices, where Opera Mini rules, writes CIO.com blogger Bill Snyder. On the Windows desktop, Internet Explorer 10 has the edge over the competition, though not by enough to affect day-to-day browsing.
Opinion Ignore the rumors that Apple has said no to Google’s map app. CEO Tim Cook, who apologized for Apple's own dismal map app, would be crazy to anger his customers ... and crazy he is not.
Opinion It's not the iPad, but Microsoft's new tablet will actually help you get work done with great design, a real keyboard that doubles as a screen cover, and a free copy of Office Home and Student 2013 RT.
Opinion With the holiday season fast approaching, brick-and-mortar retailers Best Buy and Target pledge to match Amazon's prices. Get ready shoppers ... It's bargain time.
Opinion If the Macbook Air is the gold standard of the thin and light laptop, how do four popular Window’s Ultrabooks stack up? Here's the scoop from people who bought them.
Opinion If you're still running Windows XP you'll have a real problem accessing Google services and apps with Internet Explorer 8 come November. Upgrade or else.
Opinion Buying Apple's new iPhone 5 from Verizon means upgrading to an expensive "share everything plan" that could cost you upwards of $700 a year. And because it has a new type of connector, you'll shell out even more cash.
Opinion The Internet is full of fakery. Beware of free trials that become recurring items on your credit card bills and take those great reviews on Amazon and other e-commerce sites with a shaker full of salt.
Opinion Amazon says it will only charge you $49.99 a year to download data on the Kindle Fire HD. But the plan is so skimpy you’ll probably spend closer to $400 a year.
Opinion Cloud computing may be the hottest technology trend of 2012, but a new survey suggests many Americans don't even know what it is.
Opinion Students need a good laptop, but don't believe the hype: You don't have to buy the most expensive machines at the Apple Store to help your children succeed. Here's how to save money on PCs, smartphones and software.