As time begins to wear on a computer and it becomes slower and slower, the option that comes to mind is simply replacing it. But experts say instead of costly replacements there are steps people can take to ensure a faster and more-efficient machine.
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Men aged 65 and older spent more on Apple devices than any other demographic group in the United States last year, according to Slice Intelligence, which tracks online shopping data.
After driving customers around in a DeLorean for a promotion to celebrate "Back to the Future Day," ride-hailing company Lyft is at it again.
As the Dec. 17 date nears for the highly anticipated "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in theaters, HP is taking orders for its "Star Wars" Special Edition notebook.
Motorola believes cracked screens could soon be a thing of the past. In a partnership with Verizon, Motorola introduced the Droid Turbo 2 on Tuesday, which claims to be the first phone with a shatterproof screen.
Apple's new iPhone update, iOS 9.1, was expected sometime in November, but was rolled out on Tuesday, bringing the taco emoji (and 184 others) with it.
With the dawn of self-driving cars, the world is getting closer and closer to looking like the sci-fi action movies of mostly every nerds' dream.
Yahoo's next step in password security is to eliminate them altogether. Starting on Thursday, the company announced, users of the Yahoo Mail app on both iOS and Android will have access to a new service called Yahoo Account Key, which uses smartphones to verify identities in lieu of traditional passwords.
Twitter said it is cutting 336 staff members, mostly from the product and engineering teams, in order to focus on the company's top product priorities and become more efficient.
Expressing yourself on another person’s Facebook status just got a whole lot easier.
Amazon Web Services kicked off its annual re:Invent conference earlier this week here in Las Vegas, and last night, organizers threw a huge party for attendees in the shadow of the High Roller.
Passwords provide a false sense of security.
Like it or not, Facebook Inc's trademark "Like" button is set to get more expressive.
After an American commando died kicking in a door during a raid in Afghanistan, the top commander of U.S. Special Operations vowed to prevent similar tragedies.
"I would rather not eat for a week than get my phone taken away. It's really bad," said Gia, a13-year-old. "I literally feel like I'm going to die."
For the sake of this story, I'd like to invent a new acronym: IAVS, which means, "I am very sorry."
The Falcon Wing doors are without a doubt the coolest-looking part of Tesla's new Model X crossover SUV. And they're actually even cooler than they look. These doors sense and react to their surroundings.
Verizon Communications Inc launched its new mobile video app "go90" on Thursday, looking to corner market share in the mobile ad industry dominated by Google Inc and Facebook Inc.
Comcast Corp said on Tuesday it will launch a trial of a video streaming service with content from online video networks such as Walt Disney Co's Maker Studios, aiming to target younger viewers who have an appetite for Web videos.
Twitter is looking to launch a product that would allow users to publish updates with more than 140 characters, according to a Recode report.
Edward Snowden has joined Twitter. The NSA whistleblower joined the social network on Tuesday, using @snowden as his handle.
Stop me if you've heard this before. Your Facebook news feed says you need to post a legal notice or you'll lose copyright control of your pictures and other content you share with your circle of family and friends.
In an effort to reduce counterfeit and credit card fraud more than 200 million payment cards have been issued with embedded computer chips in the U.S., ahead of a Oct. 1 deadline for the switch to such cards, according to the Smart Card Alliance.