My buying habits have yet to change in my nearly three weeks with Amazon's shopping-centric Fire phone.
As “Murdered: Soul Suspect” ($60 for PS3 /4, Xbox 360 /One, PC; rated Mature) begins, detective Ronan O’Connor is thrown out of a window and shot to death in the street.
An enthusiast compact is a step above a point-and-shoot and a stepping stone to an interchangeable lens camera.
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In “Bad Words,” out Tuesday on home video, lovable everyman Jason Bateman plays a despicable misanthrope. Plus apps, gadgets and video games.
Parents love to hear about their kids’ lives. Kids, especially teens, don’t always love to share. St. Paul mom Stephanie Ross found a way around those frustrating exchanges with an app based on a dinnertime game.
In a dual role in “Enemy,” Jake Gyllenhaal plays Adam, a glum professor disinterested by his ordinary life who discovers a man who appears to be his double.
I was intrigued when I received reader e-mails recommending the Mediasonic HomeWorx HW-150PVR. Its low price (under $40 online) and capabilities make it a godsend to home-recording enthusiasts.
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If I were buying a new top-of-the-line TV set, I’d almost certainly buy a 4K set, especially because Panasonic is not making its amazing plasma TVs anymore.
What do you think of buying a budget turntable new, instead of a vintage turntable from Craigslist or eBay for the same amount or less?
More connected devices in our lives would provide information about our habits and communities, but would also mean less privacy.