Buddy Media partners with the microblogging service to restrict some Twitter feeds -- i.e., booze-related accounts -- by age. The idea is to reduce liability, but users get to self-report their ages.
Pew Research Center finds 22 percent of U.S. adults polled own a tablet, while another 3 percent regularly use someone else's. Low-cost tablets have helped the overall market grow and the iPad's dominance shrink.
The average 11-year-old child has adult-like technology skills, but the vast majority of parents still think they know more than their kids when it comes to that subject, according to a survey by security firm AVG.
The number of tablet owners in the U.S. is expected to reach 112 million in another four years, says Forrester Research.
The tools to analyze disparate data sets are getting better and cheaper. But the practice will increasingly bump against the boundaries of privacy comfort zones.
Kraft and Intel get together to create a vending machine that scans human faces and calculates age. Only adults are offered a sample of a new Jell-O product aimed at the non-kid crowd.
Facebook is expected to send U.S. members a reminder of their civic duty this Tuesday.
A study shows that it isn't just kids who suffer cyberbullying. It's anyone who works. Some 80 percent claim to have suffered within the last six months.
In the largest BitTorrent damages award ever, a judge orders Kywan Fisher to pay an exorbitant amount of money for sharing 10 movies on the file-sharing site.
An executive shuffle has dropped two troubled services into the hands of Eddy Cue. CNET has a behind-the-scenes look at Apple's master negotiator and product resuscitator.