North Korea threatens "grave consequences" if the US doesn't agree to a joint investigation into the hack attack against Sony Pictures.
In an exchange with a Twitter spokeswoman that stretches the boundaries of coyness, Fox Business reads less between the lines and more between the quotation marks. Or not.
Both companies tell CNET that the app was never brought to the App Store's submission service, despite Eric Schmidt indicating it might have been.
Pandora's stock price dropped more than 20 percent this evening after the company reported a weak forecast for the current quarter.
Simon & Schuster is the third of the five publishers accused of illegally fixing e-book prices with Apple's help to settle an antitrust suit brought by 29 states.
According to reports out of China, the workers are upset with their wages, despite Foxconn agreeing to improve working conditions.
The No. 2 and No. 4 wireless carriers announce a $39 billion merger deal that would create a company with nearly 130 million subscribers, easily leapfrogging Verizon Wireless for the No. 1 spot.
Google Music is now open to all, offering a cloud-based music locker, downloads and sharing via Google+. Tune in here for live coverage.
At a press conference in New York, company takes the wraps off Google Wallet and Google Offers. CNET is live-blogging the event.
The Solar Impulse completes a 13-hour flight from its home base in Switzerland to Brussels, without the need for fuel and without producing any pollution.