• Amazon Kindle Fire

    Kindle Fire User's Guide: 15 Essential Features and Tips for Amazon's Tablet

    The Amazon Kindle Fire is one of the hottest holiday gifts this year. While the Kindle Fire is sleek, inexpensive and lightweight, you may have some questions about how to streamline your tablet and make it even easier to use. We bring you the top 15 tricks and tips for making your new Kindle Fire a powerful and streamlined tool, including how-to save battery power, how-to download books for free, how-to download Android apps on the Kindle Fire, how-to check your memory, how-to search for specif...
  • Amazon Kindle Fire

    Kindle Fire Starter Kit: Top 16 Apps for Amazon's Tablet

    The Amazon Kindle Fire is one of the hottest holiday gifts this year. We took a look at some of the best game apps, best entertainment apps, most useful apps and top apps for kids.
  • A Very Merry Marathon Christmas Weekend: 47 TV Marathons

    Into every family holiday gathering, a little TV viewing must fall. TheWrap's gift to you: a list of TV marathons lengthy and diverse enough to make sure everyone in the house has something to whet their appetites, TV-wise.
  • Nook Tablet

    Nook Tablet vs Nook Color: What's the Difference?

    Similar names, only $50 difference in price. You have to look close to see the difference between the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet and Nook Color. The main difference is technical, and so it amounts to a little more horse power and battery power for the $250 Nook Tablet.
  • Last Minute Gift Ideas for Everyone on Your Christmas List

    It's almost Christmas 2011, but for many holiday shoppers, there are still a lot of last-minute gifts to buy. Before you grab a bunch of gift cards from Walmart, take a breath and check out our list of last-minute, affordable gifts for friends, family, kids and co-workers. From presents for dad to a cool gift for your 16-year-old cousin, these last-minute presents are easy to find and afford.
  • Bonobos Caught with Pants down on Top Shopping Day

    When Bonobos customers logged on to the men's apparel retailer's website late on Cyber Monday, all they saw was a photo of feet with a pair of pants drooped around them.
  • Indie market bounces back with Twilight and King's Speech

    Thanks to monster hits like The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1 and art-house breakouts such as The Artist, many of the major players in the independent film market racked up an impressive year despite the industry-wide box office decline.
  • Stock Market

    Tech Stocks to Avoid in 2012 (INTC, ERIC, RIMM, NFLX, PWAV, INTU)

    Canaccord Genuity analysts released their stocks picks to avoid for the upcoming year and that includes Intel, LM Ericsson, Research In Motion, Powerwave Technologies, Netflix and Intuit.
  • The new Miramax: $325 million in new business

    In the year since buying the most valuable contemporary film library on the market, the new owners of Miramax have closed $325 million in new licensing agreements while resisting the urge to start making movies, according to Miramax executives.
  • Review: Spielberg can't pull off mo-cap in Tintin

    Netflix Instant can't wash your car. An IMAX sound system can't pilot an aircraft carrier. And motion-capture animation can't make non-creepy-looking human characters. All that may change one day, but the technology hasn't yet caught up.
  • Oops! The Top 10 Business Blunders of 2011

    Whether it involves embarrassing tweets, tone-deaf CEOs or even the disappearance of money, some oops moments need be relived just one more time.
  • FilmFunds to use crowdsourcing to pitch 3D conversions

    FilmFunds -- a networking site for filmmakers, actors, financiers and fans -- has acquired post-production house Duran Duboi U.S. and will soon begin converting movies into 3D, TheWrap has learned.
  • The new Miramax: $325 million in new business

    In the year since buying the most valuable contemporary film library on the market, the new owners of Miramax have closed $325 million in new licensing agreements while resisting the urge to start making movies, according to Miramax executives.
  • Netflix U.K. nabs Fawlty Towers in BBC Worldwide deal

    Classic episodes of Fawlty Towers and Miss Marple are just a few of the titles that will be available to Netflix customers in the United Kingdom and Ireland thanks to a new licensing pact with BBC Worldwide.
  • Watson supercomputer

    Technology 2011 in Review: Highlights and Lowlights

    No doubt 2011 was a major year for technology in part because it touched everyone differently. Following are some of the highlights and lowlights of the year:
  • Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas That Won't Break the Bank

    Here are a few simple solutions and ideas for your last minute Christmas gift dilemma this year that won't break the bank.
  • Time Warner Cable to launch HBO Go

    Time Warner Cable Inc is set to provide the online offerings of pay-TV provider HBO in the next month, potentially putting more pressure on rival online services such as Netflix.
  • Super movie queue bookmarking system launches

    Netflix ... Amazon Instant Video ... iTunes ... SnagFilms ... Redbox ... Movies on Demand ... VUDU ...
  • Jon Nadler - Tally Whoa

    Gold's largest decline since September not only managed to change the price tags on various bullion items by a significant margin, but it has also altered the sentiment among market participants by a notable degree. Whereas just days ago the trading crowd exhibited bullishness levels higher than in more than a month, as of last night the same players and market-makers showed a level of gold-related enthusiasm that has not been as feeble since July.
  • Nook Color: Ten Things You Should Know

    Nook, Nook Color, Nook Tablet. What's an e-reader fan to think of all these similarly named tablets that look so, well, similar? Here are ten things you need to know about the new and improved Nook Color.

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