CNET talks with some of the humans behind "Mr. Robot" about what makes the show compelling even if you're not well versed in hacking.
After much hype and a match that disappointed many, we have a new champion. But as per usual, the Internet is the real victor.
Google has released its lists of what people searched for most in 2012. This year, Whitney Houston dominated the charts.
The late singer ranks atop the most popular search topics for the year. Also high on the list were a music video phenomenon, a fall superstorm, and a much anticipated Apple tablet.
Using tech from the service it bought last year, CNN will give readers a list of the current ten most-talked about stories, along with a variety of outside content on each subject.
ABC commissions the pilot of a sitcom called "Selfie." Because, well, zeitgeist. Or something.
What other people, products, and events made it onto the search giant's year-end zeitgeist?
Seven of the 10 fastest-rising technology-related searches from the United States in 2011 had to do with the Cupertino company.
Wow. It doesn't take long for Twitter to tap into the cultural zeitgeist. Invisible Obama, fast made famous at tonight's RNC, gets an account that goes from zero to nearly 20K followers in less than an hour.
Google has revealed the top queries on its search service for the year. Chatroulette and iPad were among the "fastest rising" terms--and, yes, Justin Bieber made the list too.