| Jul 19, 2006
Pay for the groceries, lock the house, start the car, check in at a doctor's office or log on to a laptop. There's so much the swipe of a fingertip can do.
An evolving digital tool, biometric-fingerprint technology holds the promise of replacing or...
| Jul 3, 2009
The new, high-octane iPhone 3GS is loaded with features that could light up your life -- but its battery isn't one of them.
Buyers are finding that the device, introduced two weeks ago, has trouble making it through a workday without a rest stop at the...
| Jul 17, 2009
An Orlando company's plans could change the face of Twitter, the fast-growing microblogging service that millions of people rely on for unbiased tips about movies, restaurants, gadgets and services.
Later this month, a marketing firm called IZEA will...
| Jan 14, 2010
Carolyn Fletcher's honeymoon started heading south the moment she and her husband landed in Cancun. No one was there to pick up the newlyweds.
It took an hour for her to convince a van service to deliver them to their hotel. But when they checked into...
| Feb 15, 2010
Apple Inc. rocked the wireless business by combining the functions of a phone and an iPod. Now, more than two years later, Microsoft Corp. has its comeback: phone software that works a lot like its own Zune media player.
The software, which was...