More connected devices in our lives would provide information about our habits and communities, but would also mean less privacy.
A video-game company devoted to complex storytelling tackles “Game of Thrones.”
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CBS/Paramount offers the Blu-ray debuts of three classic-TV sitcoms: “The Andy Griffith Show: Season 1,” “I Love Lucy: Ultimate Season 1” and “The Honeymooners: ‘Classic 39’ Episodes.”
Are there any companies manufacturing video recorders with tuners that work in the digital over-the-air TV environment, as VHS recorders did in the old analog environment?
Next time you check your smartphone -- an average of about 150 times a day -- visit our new tech blog, #AlwaysOn, to get a regular dose of Internet trends, social media news and other digital mischief.
In addition to his deep dives into American history, Ken Burns possesses a knack for telling contemporary stories in brief, elegant microcosm -- such as in his moving new documentary “The Address,”
There really isn’t any excuse for not backing up your computer. It’s just plain good practice, and it’s so easy to do these days.
CD capability in tabletop radios is becoming rarer as people switch to digital media on their phones and computers. There are still some models out there, though.
All the world is a game board for the players who wage virtual war over Twin Cities landmarks in a smartphone-powered game called Ingress.
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Disney is back in the game with “Frozen,” the Oscar winner for best animated feature and best song “Let It Go.” Plus, Roku has announced the $50 Streaming Stick.
Apps and GPS-enabled gadgets make it easy to track friends and family members, but the technology raises privacy questions.
I have a soundbar that needs to be mounted on the television, because when it’s on the stand it blocks the TV’s remote IR receiver. What do you recommend?
Houses are going high-tech amid the booming “Internet of Things.” But do you really need that Wi-Fi-enabled toothbrush, and what if it gets a virus?