More households own just two other pieces of consumer technology more than they own smartphones, according to the Consumer Electronics Association. Can you guess which two?
Our survey found 71 percent of Americans indicate they use a mobile device — like a smartphone or tablet — to access the Internet.
Throwing your smartphone or tablet into the trash when you get a new one is bad for the environment and maybe even your wallet.
Some 5 percent of all U.S. households own a handheld device and no other computer. Is this a sign of things to come?
All this talk about the new iPad 3 has me wondering about the millions of people who were thrilled to receive a brand-new iPad 2 for Christmas a few months ago. Between iPads, Android tablets and no-name tablets that cost anywhere from $99 to almost $900, how do you know what’s smart spending and what’s
I came across a recent article in the personal finance section of Bloomberg touting the iPad as the most-wanted Christmas gift among children ages 6 to 12, according to The Nielsen Company. The article, titled “iPad-Crazed Toddlers Spur Holiday Sales,” describes children’s marketers lining up to create applications for young children, quoting parents with children as