E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, highlights the latest in interactive games.
The 2012 Olympics are finally getting underway in London and -- if you have the right set of apps -- you won't miss a thing.
The social networking site will create an Olympic hub to showcase the tweets of Olympians, their families and TV pundits.
The latest addition to the Olympics tech revamp are two apps that let users watch the world's greatest sports event live from a mobile device.
Testing has begun on the computers that will keep the 2012 London Olympics running, jumping, diving and trampolining.
10-year-old Brennan LaBrie, in town to cover the Games as a Time magazine "kid reporter," is already a veteran journalist.
Canadian kindergartner gets a first-rate game for his inauguration to the national pastime, witnessing Switzerland's shootout victory over Belarus on Tuesday. Also, scenes from figure skating.
A cauldron controversy, torch issue, ice-resurfacing problems and weather-related ticket cancellations have the Vancouver Games off to a rough start.
CNET's Ina Fried bought a ticket on the street and managed to get caught up in Vancouver's hockey fever.
CNET's Ina Fried finally made it inside the Olympic competition, checking out a game between Finland and Belarus.
Norman Tu is a self-described Olympics addict, attending at his seventh games. But, he says, that's the perk of owning his own company.