Too busy to keep up with today's tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Friday, June 17.
The influence of music publishers is growing, and one man is leading them to what they hope is more digital music dollars.
This handy chart provides a timeline of the computer attacks and hacks that have happened over the past few months.
Web-style programming in the next generation of Windows is a radical break for Microsoft. But there are reasons to expect that it will help draw programmers, not just alienate them.
Social-networking giant plans to introduce a free app in the coming weeks tailored especially for the tablet's touch-screen interface, according to a report.
Aboard the world's largest model train collection
Every year more than a million people visit Miniatur Wunderland, featuring 900 trains, eight miles of track, an airport, and dioramas from several countries.
Following its strategy for promoting IE9 for PCs, Microsoft has launched a Web site. More
Collision-avoidance systems that combine radar and a camera soon may be ready for mass-market vehicles.
On this episode of Roadside Assistance we tackle of the subject of car idling, Honda's noise cancelling, and making a right turn on red.
Nielsen: Smartphone data usage soars 89 percent
The amount of data consumed each month by the average smartphone users has jumped by 89 percent over the past year, according to a report out today from Nielsen.
Your four-digit iPhone passcode might be easier to guess than you might think. Thankfully, it's easy to set a longer and stronger passcode.
The best way to prevent fraud is to know it when you see it. This app gives you the scoop on more than 350 common scams around the world.
A little more robust than most entry-level lasers, the Samsung ML-2525 sports a 250-sheet paper tray and some nifty printing software.