The latest ACSI Household Appliance and Electronics Report shows that consumer satisfaction regarding PCs is on the rise. The report spans desktops, laptops, and tablets, and even shows that Apple’s rate has steadily increased since 1994. The post A new research report shows consumers love their PCs despite the market doomsayers appeared first on Digital Trends
During what was expected to be the most watched debate ever, a case of the sniffles and alternate candidates ranging from berries to quarterbacks dominated the discussion online.
Journalist Lester Holt let the presidential candidates have their say in Monday’s debate, and social media had its say about Holt’s moderation as well.
Need a tissue? Monday’s presidential-candidate slugfest brought out the social-media satire.
Twitter goes aflutter with an accusation the candidate was deleting damning tweets during the debate. Problem is, he didn’t.
Cyber warfare has a new face, but the presidential candidates can’t quite agree on what that face looks like.
We forgo the usual firefights and fisticuffs for smart hacking and stealthy infiltration in our hands-on time with Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs 2.
The solar system’s smallest planet is still tectonically active.
It’s hard out there for a startup.
Venture Beat publishes a pair of photos it says show two products the web giant is expected to
The iOS 10.1 beta is out in the wild, and iPhone 7 Plus owners can get their first stab at the new Portrait mode. While it may not stack up to a “real” camera in a side-by-side comparison, the effect is actually quite good
The Twitter takeover chatter rages on. The latest news is that Walt Disney Co.
If you’re planning a trip to Europe, especially with a group of eight or more, check out the Airbnb castle listings.
Hofstra University is so keen on reporters using its own wireless service that it is reportedly searching reporters for personal hotspots and shutting them down.
The Patriot and Compass of old are gone, swallowed up by a single SUV that takes the Compass name.
The data mining giant might lose its government contracts if it doesn’t comply.
Our little internet behemoth is all grown up!
Filings appear to confirm information about the new Android handset that the company briefly published last week.
Brian Krebs’ website had been largely unreachable for the past week, the victim of a “record” flood of fake requests for traffic.
Nissan said on Monday that the Renault-Nissan Alliance has teamed up with Microsoft to create next-generation connected services and features for automobiles. These include remotely monitoring a car and automatically paying parking fees.
- A new research report shows consumers love their PCs despite the market doomsayers
- Trumped-up sniffles and other presidential debate memes – CNET
- Lester Holt gets social media sympathy, sarcasm as debate moderator – CNET
- Trump’s debate sniffles spark Twitter parody accounts – CNET
- No, Trump didn’t delete global-warming tweet during debate – CNET
- Russia vs. the 400-pound hacker: Clinton and Trump go toe-to-toe on cybersecurity – CNET
- Hands on: ‘Watch Dogs 2’
- Wee Mercury is getting even smaller – CNET
- Online furniture retailer Dot & Bo unable to continue in business, shutters
- Are these the new Pixel Phone and Chromecast coming next week? – CNET
- With iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode, blurry photos are a good thing
- Disney reportedly calculating Twitter takeover bid with help of a financial adviser
- Travel with a bunch of friends and stay in European castles via Airbnb
- Journalists hit with $200 Wi-Fi bill for presidential debates – CNET
- This is your first look at the far more modern 2017 Jeep Compass – Roadshow
- Palantir alleged to have discriminated against Asian job seekers – CNET
- Google doesn’t even know its own birthday (but it’s celebrating today) – CNET
- BlackBerry’s unannounced DTEK60 shows up on FCC’s website – CNET
- Google shields security reporter targeted by massive cyberattack – CNET
- Microsoft’s Azure platform will power next-gen connected Renault and Nissan cars
- Apple’s rumored Amazon Echo competitor is now in prototype testing (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy, Ep. 56) – CNET
- Who’s your daddy, Tony Stark? Maybe not who you think – CNET
- Want to avoid the presidential debate? Here are four alternatives – CNET
- Merger pains: Lenovo lays off around 1,100 Motorola employees
- Human neurons implanted into mice shows advance in treatment of spinal injuries
- Stocked with gadgets dating back to 1996, Lexar’s testing lab is almost a museum
- Snapchat Spectacles have what Google Glass was sorely missing: Fun – CNET
- Placeholders are coming back to Microsoft’s OneDrive service as ‘On-Demand Sync’
- Feed the hungry by deleting a photo from your Instagram? No, really – CNET
- Apple expands Sonos Partnership, will bring Play:1 and Play:5 to stores worldwide