Amazon Slashes Price, Adds Alexa To New Fire TabletAmazon has cut the price of its new Fire tablet almost in half and added its popular voice assistant, Alexa, in hopes of making it a hot holiday item, despite a slump in overall tablet sales.
Amazon Offering $50 Tablet ComputerAmazon is dangling a $50 tablet computer in its latest attempt to lure consumers who can't afford or don't want the more expensive devices made by Apple and other rivals.
Google Embraces Mobile-Friendly SitesGoogle is changing the way its search engine recommends websites on phones and tablets in a shift that's expected to sway where millions of people shop, eat and find information.
New Google Devices Try To Upstage AppleGoogle has unveiled its latest tablet and smartphone in an apparent effort to hurt Apple's new iPhone 6 Plus and upstage an anticipated update of its trend-setting iPad.
Can Hewlett-Packard Survive Tablet Trend?Hewlett-Packard, once the world's biggest seller of personal computers, is splitting its businesses. It's the latest shakeup in a tech industry that's being reshaped by the mobile revolution.
Amazon Debuts New E-Readers & TabletsAmazon keeps rolling out the devices. The company is introducing two new e-readers and new styles of its Kindle Fire HD tablet as part of a fall lineup of Kindle devices.
Pharmacy Mistakes: What You Can Do To Save Your LifeThe CBS 11 I-Team has been digging into the mistakes made every year at your neighborhood pharmacies. After a recent investigation pharmacists reached out to the I-Team to explain some things and to tell patients the one thing they can do to help save their life.
Tips On Packing Lightly For VacationFor the first-time traveler hoping to avoid baggage fees to the experienced globetrotter, the following 10 tips will help teach you how to pack more efficiently and maybe even more safely.
Holiday Electronics: Protecting Your PurchaseSmart phones, tablets, and other expensive electronics will be at the top of many holiday wish lists this year.
Microsoft Office Comes To Android, But Not TabletsMicrosoft is bringing a pared-down version of its Office software to Android phones, but it won't work on Android tablets just as it doesn't on iPads.
Survey Finds Increase In E-Reading, Drop In PaperPew Internet Research Center survey released Thursday found that the percentage of Americans aged 16 and older who read an e-book grew from 16 percent in 2011 to 23 percent this year.
E-Reader Sales Plunge As Tablets Take OverSales of dedicated e-reading devices like the Kindle are in an "alarmingly precipitous decline" this year after five years of rapid growth, a research firm said.