Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Monday, June 27.
Investment group GSV Capital has picked up a significant number of shares in Facebook, but its valuation of the social-networking site has garnered more buzz.
Company limits access to geolocation database linking Wi-Fi devices with physical locations after a CNET article highlighted potential privacy concerns.
The U.S. high court invalidates a California law restricting the sale or rental of certain video games to minors, saying youths have been exposed to violent material all the way back to ancient Greece.
Animator Shawn Harris made an animated music video for pan-Asian girl band Blush's new song, "Undivided (feat. Snoop Dogg)."
With new options in the offing, your phone won't just tell the TV what to do--it'll tell you what shows to watch and which ones your friends like.
The hacking group releases information that came apparently from a federal cyberterrorism-defense training program.
Talk of whether Apple plans to release an iPhone "4S" or an "iPhone 5" has been bouncing around for months. A new report suggests the company may be working on both a tweak to the 4 model, and a whole new iPhone.
Justices agree to hear "indecency" case after lower court says government censorship no longer makes sense in an era of the Internet, YouTube, and the V-chip.
U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear Obama administration's argument that cops have the right to track the whereabouts of Americans' automobiles without obtaining search warrants.
Alleged hacker Ryan Cleary out on bail
The 19-year-old alleged hacker has been electronically tagged, according to reports, and can only leave his home when one of his parents is with him.
Get a 1.5TB external drive for cheap, a 22-inch LCD for even cheaper, and a sanity-saving wristband that vibrates when you get a phone call.
If you see a lot of movies each year, then MoviePass is offering all-you-can-eat movies viewing at theaters but don't compare with Netflix. At $600 a year, a person really has to love movies to make this service pay off.
It may be impossible to remove all traces of embarrassing, inaccurate, or sensitive personal information from popular Web sites, but you can make the data more difficult for people to find.
Companies in home energy management say Google's decision to retire PowerMeter reflect the difficulty of the residential energy efficiency business.
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