CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman travels to Europe for his annual Road Trip adventure.
Microsoft releases a minor update to Office for Mac 2011, but there's no word on when the next version will be available.
Kindle name is dropped from Amazon's family of tablets to strengthen ties to the rest of its burgeoning hardware line.
Even frogs can't resist technology, especially when their dinner is the feature attraction.
Intel intern uses the chipmaker's technology to modify a wheelchair. The resulting device has caught the eye of Stephen Hawking.
Encryption has been optional since 2011, but Android L, due out later this year, will include activation procedures for automatic encryption.
If you missed out on the official Nike Air Mag shoes back in 2011, you can now get a much more affordable officially licensed replica for your Marty McFly costume.
On the eve of the release of the WikiLeaks founder's new book, titled "When Google Met WikiLeaks," the Google executive chairman goes on the offensive.
Using its new top-shelf graphics processing unit, Nvidia tackles one of the most persistent conspiracy theories in American history: the veracity of the 1969 to 1972 Apollo moon landings.
A deal between Boeing and Liquid Robotics, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, means fleets of seafaring robots will augment existing military aircraft and ships in monitoring the seas.
A new report says HTC is set to make the new Nexus 9 despite a lack of experience in building tablets.