By Mike DunnProvided by
It's finally time to pick up a new smartphone, but you're probably not sure how much data that you'll need on a month-to-month basis. We're here to help you figure out how much data various applications use every month, so that you can find the right data
By Brad Knickerbocker
As the presidential campaign calendar moves inexorably toward the November election, the economy increasingly becomes a political problem for President Obama.
The recovery creeps along and may be stalled. And the further into Obama's first term the nation gets, the more
By Mary Wiltenburg
Veterans today are having a harder time finding jobs than most Americans -- but why? They leave the military with sought-after skills. Most are willing to move for the right job. Employers who hire them overwhelmingly say they're glad they did.
So what's the
By Jeff Haden
We all over-use certain words and phrases. (Me included: I'm guilty of slipping "well" into sentences way too often.)
That's natural, but if you're hoping to communicate effectively -- or be taken seriously -- that's also a real problem.
Once upon a time a network
By Jon Burgstone and Bill Murphy, Jr.
What would you do with a heck of a lot of money? Would you be happier? How much so?
In recent days, we've watched the aftermath of the Facebook IPO, and paid close attention as news broke that SAP is acquiring Ariba. We've been thinking about what
By Graeme McMillanProvided by
Undeterred by such things as "Falling stock prices" and "Federal investigations into underwriters involved in its IPO," Facebook is continuing to move forward with plans for its own smartphone, according to new reports surfacing this weekend that also give some hints
By Ron Scherer
This Memorial Day weekend, motorists will find gasoline plentiful and at the lowest price it's been for two years.
Good news. And it may get better.
With the price of crude oil hovering around $90 a barrel on Tuesday -- down $1.78 a barrel and the lowest it's been
By Ben DeMeter
When you buy a home that's already been constructed, what you see is pretty much what you get. You can't just wave a wand and magically rearrange the outlets or create new storage space. However, when you build a home for yourself, the floor plan is your oyster. You can
By Peter KingProvided by
Existing home sales and home prices showed strong annual gains in April, with both posting 10 percent increases over their April 2011 levels, according to new figures released by the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
It was the second consecutive monthly
By Andrew Housser
It's a buyer's market right now in real estate. This is good news if you're in the market for a new home, but bad news if your credit rating prevents you from qualifying for a loan. Yet even if you've had some setbacks, it may still be possible for you to realize