CNET editors round up the hottest gadgets for Mom this year.
Maria Kang likes to post pictures of herself looking fit, strong, and gorgeous. This has tended to upset people who aren't. A new photo causes fresh upset
Microsoft might want you to think it's a forward-thinking company. But it's acting toward Google as if it's a cheating ex-spouse
A Utah mom sees comments on her son's Facebook page. They are from teens who allegedly claim they will shoot him. She informs the police, who say that the teens were ready to carry out the threat.
A mother makes her daughter pose for a picture to prove that it will travel far and wide on the Web. She ends up getting prank calls, pizza deliveries and a lesson for herself.
In an impassioned defense of Net neutrality, Stephen Colbert says we must rise up against cable companies.
It's a curious affair when your phone is pickpocketed and then your Dropbox is adorned with porn from an unknown couple. Might the two things be related?
A Missouri mom is accused of allowing a Snapchat picture to be taken, while she and her underage daughter were topless. The photo is disseminated. She is charged. So Snapchats don't actually disappear?
A 16-year-old puts his iPad on top of some boxes at home. His mom thinks it's all cardboard and tosses it in the fire pit. A customer at his diner gets him a $360 Best Buy gift card. Just because.
A New York mom insists that Google Play is encouraging children to spend money by not forcing buyers to type in their password before purchase.
In a move that must make Facebook feel a touch ill, Twitter is yet again at the center of the world's attention. Well, who would ever watch "Keeping Up With The Syrians"?