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Savings Experiment: Cell Phone Bills

Have you ever opened your cell phone bill and had the urge to, well, call for help? Between extra features, fees and overages, your monthly bill can skyrocket, but luckily, many of those charges are avoidable.

Savings Experiment: How to Pick a Tablet

Not since The Ten Commandments have tablets been in such demand. While the iPad launched the market, it's not the only option out there. Read on to find out what your options are when tablet-shopping, and how best to compare the various models.

What to Focus on When Buying a Digital Camera

Are you looking to buy a digital camera, but unsure where to start? When it comes to point-and-shoots, paying more won't necessarily give you a significantly better picture. Check out our tips on how to save money on your Kodak moments.

Apple iPad 2 Launches to Long Lines

Apple's second version of its popular iPad tablet computer went on sale Friday afternoon, and was greeted by the now-familiar lines of buyers outside Apple stores.

Five Gadgets Worth Buying Now

Now that electronics makers have unveiled their latest gadgets and stores are slashing prices on old inventory and TVs for the Super Bowl, there are...

Hottest Gadgets for 2011

The International Consumer Electronics Show is about to begin in Las Vegas -- Jan. 6 -- but before companies start promoting their wares, we thought...

IBM Developing Transistor to Reduce 'Vampire Energy'

International Business Machines (IBM) is searching for a method that will cut devices%u2019 power consumption by 90% and reduce so-called vampire energy - power used by machines when they are turned off. IBM%u2019s Zurich lab is developing a transistor to regulate energy usage more efficiently, Bloomberg News said. The transistor would stop devices using energy while they are left plugged into an electrical outlet.