Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Monday, May 23:
Production was suspended at Foxconn factory in China, pending investigation into last week's explosion that killed three people. More
Barnes & Noble will be showing off a new Nook Tuesday morning. Get the full skinny in real time as we live blog the unveiling.
This epicenter for international cinema is also gathering point for elite global wealth and the perfect spot for companies to lay out their highest-end attractions.
The sploosh your smartphone makes when it hits the water doesn't have to be the last sound it ever hears. Dry-All's Wet Smartphone Emergency Kit uses a heavy-duty dehumidifier to dry out wet phones in six hours.
At the start of its second decade as a brick-and-mortar retailer, Apple finds a new use for its iPads.
When you're too lazy to do anything yourself, AirRun hooks you up with people eager to make a buck.
SeizeTheDay could be the best if you prize simplicity and a price tag of zero. This slick little app doesn't sync with anything, but it does track your tasks and remind you to do them.
Launched by Kogeto, the new attachment known as Dot enables iPhone users to take 360-degree videos without moving or rotating their phones.
We have more details about the revamped MacBook Air. The next iPhone might be called the 4S and it doesn't look like LTE will be a part of it. Plus, Brian learns why he should just leave cats alone.
For Salesforce, the Toyota partnership highlights how the company could use Saleforce Chatter to offer private label networks.
A diverse mix of science, engineering, design, and art--with everything from robots to knitting to exploding soda to steam rollers--Maker Faire is an otherworldly celebration of the creative impulse.
Sony's Web sites keep getting hacked, Mozilla releases Firefox 5 beta, and an explosion at a factory where iPads are made kills three workers.