Don't count the struggling smartphone maker out yet. BlackBerry CEO John Chen's housecleaning is starting to yield benefits. The next step: stabilizing its collapsing revenue.
A year-long survey by the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester has revealed the top 10 most persistent earworms -- with the Spice Girls topping the list.
LTE data speeds on the iPhone 5 will slaughter the 3G speeds you got on the iPhone 4S. CNET tests the handsets with the Samsung Galaxy S3.
It's up, up and away as some very annoyed avians take to the final frontier.
While you can quibble about the fourth-quarter earnings outlook, Salesforce.com appears to be firing on all cylinders.
The landmark personal computer, introduced by IBM 30 years ago Friday, launched the PC revolution, changing the way people work, communicate, and play.
There's a new kid on the ultraportable block: the 2.3-pound Samsung Series 9. On paper, it beats the MacBook Air in some important respects. It's shipping from stores now.
Following the news that longtime Apple exec Bertrand Serlet was departing the company to pursue a career in science, CNET takes a look at Serlet's replacement, Craig Federighi.
A new sensor, larger zoom range, improved noise reduction, and a better video codec are among the changes Panasonic brings to the Lumix DMC-LX5 over the LX3.
Verizon Communications reported that its revenue slid in the third quarter of 2009, but the company saw strong results from its wireless business despite competition.