Sree Sreenivasan is CBS2′s technology expert, appearing every Wednesday morning at 6:50 am to discuss ways to save you time, money and aggravation. He is also a social media blogger for CNET News. He is a professor and Dean of Student Affairs at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
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If you are hitting the road this week, you can use technology to help ease your travel experience.
If you think you know what your kids look at on the Internet, you’re probably wrong. A new study shows 70 percent of teenagers hide their online activities from their parents.
As you make your summer plans, there’s an app or two that can help you make the most of the outdoors.
Millions of Americans are spending dozens of hours a week on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. At times, trying to keep up with these services can be overwhelming.
Do you suffer from recurring nightmares? Do you wish your dreams were a bit more entertaining? A new iPhone app aims to help you, CNET’s Sree Sreenivasan explained.
Going on vacation is supposed to be relaxing, but we all know flying can be anything but that. Crowded flights, delays that make connections nearly impossible and bad weather can all disrupt your trip.
The FBI is sending out a warning about a dangerous virus, and it could attack your hard drive.Your computer may already be infected without you knowing it.
What makes Citymaps.com different is that shops and more are indicated on the map via their brand’s easily identifiable logo.
You may have not given much thought to what image you use on various social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
From the mall to the coffee shop to the gas station, instead of thumbing through a wallet for a credit card, digging in your pocket for the right bills our counting out coins, you can simply tap your smartphone to pay the tab. It’s the next technology for consumers.
Millions of Americans are already on LinkedIn, the job hunting social network. Many though are confused about what to do on the site. CNET’s Sree Sreenivasan stopped by CBS 2 to help explain how to get the most out of it.
Chances are you’ve either heard of it or you’re already obsessed with it. It’s the newest social networking craze – Pinterest.
New Yorkers have a history of lining up for the latest and greatest Apple gadgets when they go on sale and Apple’s new iPad, revealed Wednesday, will be hitting stores in less than 10 days.
Faster broadband options and a sharper screen. Those are a couple of the improvements rumored for a new version of the iPad, that could be introduced as soon as next week.
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