Technically Incorrect: The Web cannot decide which sort of pants dogs would wear. The president weighs in.
A free data day thanks to the Telstra out(r)age, the horrifying truth about your Twitter timeline and DBC LLC vs iiNet is dead and buried. Plus: a chat with Mars One's Josh Richards and a red hot review of Firewatch.
The annual event tries to quash bullying and cruelty among kids on the Internet by enlisting their peers.
Commentary: The Internet is in a tizzy over a Greek carving from 100 B.C. that resembles an open laptop, and CNET writer Amanda Kooser wants to believe.
"Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World" is a compelling new documentary, but is Herzog, who admits to being uncomfortable with cell phones, the right man to explore the Digital Age?
Jeff and Russ unpack the YouTube scandal involving The Fine Brothers, try and understand the Zika virus without scaring themselves and vent about PC problems just about everyone on Earth has experienced at one point or another.
Commentary: A slightly better Wi-Fi router isn't what the world needs
Super high-speed Internet can be beamed to your home with millimeter waves. Bridget Carey explains Starry and its helpful (but pricey) Wi-Fi hub. Also: Facebook is ending the Like as we know it.
Starry Station is a smart home hub that helps keep your stuff connected. Starry Internet is a brand new wireless broadband service on the horizon. We take a peek in New York.
Ultra high-speed Internet can be beamed to your home with millimeter waves. Bridget Carey explains Starry and its helpful (but pricey) Wi-Fi hub. Also: Facebook is ending the Like as we know it.