The midrange LG Optimus L9 from T-Mobile runs on Android 4.0, a dual-core CPU, and 4G speeds.
Surface excels at productivity, thanks to its comfortable keyboard
accessory and the inclusion of Office 2013 preview. More apps would be
really nice, though.
Microsoft has finally gotten its infamous browser right. Internet Explorer 10 is fast, stable, secure, and eminently touchable.
Stop waiting for Roku to launch an official YouTube channel and use this workaround to start streaming YouTube videos on your Roku today.
Self-driving cars are coming, here are some good reasons to welcome one in your driveway.
Remember all the mislabeled mp3s that cropped up on filesharing sites in the 90s? Turns out they're weren't harmless pranks, but rather a nefarious plan to end P2P using a clandestine network of "Napster bombs" and Trojan Horses.
At this point Apple had better make the rumored iWatch, because we already have a solid list of features we want from it.
David had an advantage over Goliath? Malcolm Gladwell talks with Anderson Cooper about the link between adversity and innovation.
Some 36 hours after his four-man Navy SEAL team was dropped into enemy territory in the mountains of northeastern Afghanistan, Marcus Luttrell says he was all alone. Special Operations Forces had attempted a rescue operation, but that mission had ended in tragedy. Anderson Cooper reports.
In South Africa, disturbing images were unveiled by prosecutors at the trial of Oscar Pistorius, taken just after the Olympic double amputee shot and killed his girlfriend. CBS News contributor Debora Patta reports.
As free agency presses forward, Michael Vick remains the most intriguing QB on the market. Pete Prisco looks at possible landing spots for Vick.
Jason La Canfora looks at how much money teams will actually owe their new free agent signings and why teams structure contracts certain ways.
When Jason Brown wasn't busy winning his Olympic medal, he was hiding behind a bush. Why couldn't he face Nastia Liukin?
Approximately 100,000 Puerto Ricans have left the U.S. territory since 2010, after jobs disappeared when Congress ended tax breaks for U.S. companies to build there and the Great Recession soon followed. Puerto Rico's government borrowed heavily to stay afloat and now owes $70 billion it may not be able to repay. Anna Werner reports.
A consumer watchdog group sent a letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration claiming 303 people died in accidents between 2003 and 2012, when airbags failed to deploy in GM's Chevy Cobalts and Saturn Ions. "CBS This Morning" special correspondent Jeff Glor reports.
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