Every time you're online, marketers are trying to suck up as much info about you as they can. And
they hope to use it to make money off you someday.
The Internet has made the job of looking for a place to live a whole lot easier, at least on your feet.
College textbooks are getting a bit more affordable.
Launched on iTunes in April, MoneyDiary lets you track your spending by any
category you choose: credit cards, mortgage payments, you name it.
Now int'l travelers don't
have to tweak their devices. Apple announced it
would sell unlocked iPhone 4s.
Facebook users are more trusting of others, and have larger numbers
of close friends,
according to a survey.
News last week that an arm of the World Health Organization said
cellphones might raise the risk of brain cancer has been greeted by
Americans mostly with a shrug of the shoulder — one that's pinning a
cellphone to the ear.
The lighter, slimmer new version of Barnes & Noble's
e-reader has a black-and-white touch screen.
Visa Inc. is making a virtual "wallet" that can hold people's card
account information for faster checkouts.
Technological leaps over the
past few years have brought the world to users' fingertips, but at what