The younger generation no longer feels as strong a need to be behind the wheel -- and phones have stolen some of cars' cachet.
Depicting Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's life in just 22 pages was a challenge, says writer Michael Frizell. CNET has an exclusive look at the cover for this new biography comic.
Michael Emerson, who plays Finch in "Person of Interest," tells why he believes this fictional plot could be reality.
The company says that it's still considering all options and will continue to do so through March 22.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos reports from the Intel Berkeley Lab during its open house, March 22. He speaks with two researchers working on systems to provide Internet access to remote locations as efficiently as possible.
Emerson Network Power says its cooling technology is more energy efficient than more traditional systems.
Advanced Micro Devices inadvertently reveals the planned release date for a new generation of desktop and notebook chips--its best chance yet to break into the business PC market.
The first trial pitting Intel and Via Technologies, competitors in the PC chipset market, will begin Jan. 22 in the U.S. District Court of Northern California, Intel announced. The companies, which co-operated on previous matters, currently are engaged in a barrage of patent infringement lawsuits filed in different courts on three continents. The trial that kicks off next year, barring a settlement, revolves around the issue of whether one of Via's chipsets--chips that connect a PC's main processor to other components--for Advanced Micro Devices-based computers infringes two Intel patents. The judge in the case last week dismissed a claim in the suit relating to a third Intel patent. The case was filed in June 1999, and many of the claims originally alleged in the case were settled in July 2000.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos explains how the Rambus chip trial has unleashed a tsunami of good old-fashioned high-tech lunacy.
The trial for a German lawsuit between memory designer Rambus and German chipmaker Infineon has been delayed after the judge assigned to the case was promoted. The hearing, originally set for Dec. 22, has been rescheduled for May 4. Rambus has alleged that Infineon has to pay Rambus for royalties for manufacturing DDR DRAM, a competing memory technology that Rambus claims infringes its patents.