What should you do if you're still using Windows XP on your computer? Mike Wendland explains what to do to keep your computer running well and virus free.
Music educators use new technologies with the hope of bringing music to the masses.
We've probably all heard a teacher at some point say "the classroom is no place for games."
When you head out to enjoy the warm weather, these apps can help.
Reading a full novel in 90 minutes? It may be possible with the speed reading apps that are now available.
How has life changed in the 25 years since the World Wide Web was invented?
New research suggests parents are missing crucial opportunities to engage with their children.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland takes a look at Google Glass and other new wearable gadgets.
How has the premier social media site changed the world?
A rush on new televisions is expected ahead of the Super Bowl, but the game isn't the only driving factor.
The search engine giant has shelled out $3.2 billion to buy Nest Labs, the maker of super-sleek appliances including a thermostat that looks like it’s out of a sci-fi movie.
The public is getting a sneak peek at latest and greatest electronic devices as the annual Consumer Electronics Show opens in Las Vegas.
Many kids on Santa's "nice" list got electronic phones, tables and other gadgets this year. So are our tots becoming too tech savy?
Apps let you track Santa as he makes his rounds.
Christmas tree: check. Ornaments: check. Wreath: check. The only thing left is the gift for your guy.
Microsoft's eagerly awaiting new gaming systems goes on sale at midnight.
Google and Microsoft unveiled measures to block online searches for child sex abuse images on Monday as part of a bid by British authorities to crackdown on Internet pedophiles.
MSU officials are looking to create a strategic master plan of the campus and areas that need improvement.
There's a new way to learn about the millions of Americans who have served in the military, from today to the revolutionary war. It's a free website called "The Honor Wall."
Apple rolls out its latest iPads and new free operating system.
There's a revolution in TV display technology! Here's some advice if you, like lots of people, are having trouble sorting it all out.
There are all sorts of spooky, fun Halloween apps for kids and adults alike; keeping everyone in the Halloween fun.
Robo calls are a byproduct of the technological age we live in, but did you know ones to your cell phone are illegal? Yet they still happen. Here are two ways to avoid them altogether.
Thanks to some new and automatic technology, it is now more sanitary to go to the bathroom.
Businesses and projects can get the funding they need from online donations on a site called Kickstarter.
Doctors have created a "cry analyzer" which seeks to measure the future health of the baby with the sounds of it's cries.
Around 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States and more than 10,000 are taken to the emergency room for food-choking-related injuries. Danger seems to be all around us, but you can use technology to be prepared and prevent a crisis. We have four technologies to make you more safety-savvy.
Apple unveils iPhone 5C, a cheaper version of its iconic phone, alongside the latest high-end phone, the iPhone 5S.
Smartwatch offers same basic functions of popular Galaxy smartphones.
Can't finish that massive burger? Well, now you won't have to let your half-eaten dinner go to waste.
Testing out the new "Google Glass."
PC Mike Wendland looks at apps that can give your photos a comic book flare.
A look at the growth of 3D printers. Do they really bring a new dimension to old technology?
New report finds most parents aren't monitoring their children's online activity properly.
Annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off with rumors of new products.
New study finds parents welcome technology's help when they can control it.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland looks at apps designed to help you stay in touch while on the road.
Popular smartphone app designed to help improve your sleep is put to the test.
Survey finds nearly 40% of smartphone users don't bother to protect their personal data.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland takes a look at handy summer travel apps.