All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Amazon enables in-app purchases of physical goods within independent apps. Appstore Director Aaron Rubenson talks to CNET about why this will make apps more relevant to customers.
A user-generated trend catapulted to industry-embraced phenom, low-budget clips displaying song lyrics are starting to eclipse their big-budget brethren -- and may address a yearning lost in the streaming shift.
Ashley and Rich discuss the Marvel and Warner Bros. Comic-Con panels, and wonder why SDCC doesn't offer a digital badge. Also, Rich tries to guess who's dressed in what cosplay...and sort of half-succeeds at it. Would you buy a digital SDCC badge for Hall H panels?
Converting your FLAC audio files to MP3 is quicker and easier than reripping all of your CDs.
Comedian and self-appointed judge John Hodgman reveals the secrets to surviving the apocalypse and answers your questions about National Doughnut Day, the proper way to grow a mustache, and how to deal with Internet whiners.
Unsolved mysteries of the Internet are the best! We'll tell you about a YouTube account that's been uploading videos every 20 seconds for the last seven months, the mystery of the 40 year old Russian radio signal UVB-76, an underground iron mine that's archiving 100 million photos for the next 2,000 years, and more!
By the power of YouTube and Amazon’s HBO deal, it’s hard to defeat the Roku streaming box. Also, how to cope with Twitter’s new profile design.
Google's latest tweak to display ads will show you new app-download ads, as the company pushes advertisers to focus on mobile.
A legit iPhone app that can increase your vision higher than 20/20, a new genre of music whose drum beats come from cardiac rhythms, a town begging for Google's attention, and a pro-tip on how to keep YouTube streaming in the background of your iPhone.
Facebook now makes more than half of its ad revenue on mobile. Yahoo would salivate over that figure. Maybe Mayer ought to dial up Zuck.