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The latest version of the Kindle Fire is still focused on its main purpose: encouraging consumers to buy more stuff from Amazon. But it's a lighter, sharper and faster pleasure than the prior model.
Yes, Apple's Touch ID can be fooled — by a determined attacker with the time and resources to do it.
With iOS 7, the look of Apple's mobile operating system has been completely overhauled, and many of the iPhone's features have been improved.
More thoughts from a professional photographer on over exposure and details in photos.
A reader suggests a work-around for the DVD region codes that prevent a disc intended for a foreign market to work in a machine built for American discs.
Tips from a professional photographer.
Verizon confirms there is NO re-activation charge for the month-to-month iPad 2 cell service. There is an activation charge for those with Verizon's MiFi.
In the end, software is why we buy hardware, and there are a few iPad programs worth mentioning.
As digital technology takes over, we're losing the sounds of analog technologies. And sometimes that's a real loss. A dial tone can serve a useful purpose, at least on TV.
Is a gadget automatically bad for our kids just because it's electronic? What if it's fostering a love of music, or expertise in strategy and problem-solving?
David Pogue's Twitter followers imagine what is being discussed among President Obama and Silicon Valley's tech leaders.
Google Voice offers another way to avoid paying for phone calls.
With electronic books, neither page numbers or "location numbers" are the perfect solution.
Because of a technical limitation, the Verizon iPhone will not let you talk and use the Internet at the same time -- unless you're on Wi-Fi.
It's no Segway, but the new YikeBike has been designed for safety, ease of riding and it's foldable. The biggest problem: The price.
Google says it caught Microsoft copying its search results and incorporating them into its own Bing service, in a move reminiscent of some earlier Microsoft tactics.
Here is a question for Quora: Why not make this thing easier for normal people to figure out?
David Pogue gets a lesson on word usage.
There are indeed apps that let you make free WiFi calls to any domestic phone number from your cellphone-if you can live with a stack of footnotes.
Two announcements this week. Two big bummers. Two good things gone.