The Queue: Keeping you plugged in! Video
Why HDTV makes viewers more picky, high-tech vending machines, an easy online picture resizer, school photo tips, and broadcasters' battle to keep the digital TV spectrum locked down.
A 13-year-old text-messaging champ; BlackBerry does Windows Mobile; Time Warner wants customers to share their Wi-Fi; high-paying high-tech jobs; and broadcasting yourself with Kyte.tv.
De Loreans make a comeback, why your printer is killing you, influential tech from the last 25 years, Evite on the phone, and why people are searching for the meaning of analemma.
Seniors go Wii bowling, so-called Skype killer MagicJack, Express' iPod playlist jacket, NBC tries 'newpeats' of 'The Office,' and GotZapp?
World's best bartender, free Barenaked Ladies, glowing billboards, foiled by fog, NHL/'300' mashup, and the Kegulator--for all your party needs.
Gumby's digital premiere, 3D for every display, AT&T's NASCAR spat, odd Splenda URLs, and opening your own DVD rental business in seconds.
Sub-$200 HD DVD player. Whiten your teeth with strawberries. Broadband speed ranked by country. Regrettable tattoos. Magnetic fridge needs no electricity. 25 interesting animals (did we have to see a blobfish?)
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Better pictures without the bright light, Yahoo's OMG gets down and dirty with celebs, taking a Safari on Windows, keeping your cube at a comfortable temperature and naming your kid, Web 2.0 style.
At CES 2011, Natali Morris shows off two tech toys that can help with the tasks we all hate doing around the house.
Pac-Man gets an update; keeping your kids safe online; a music site that gives away the goods for free; reading books one e-mail at a time; and the details on who will be lining up for the iPhone.