guest post Six months after watching Apple's 1984 Super Bowl commercial, the 19-year-old future Salesforce.com CEO was a summer intern at Apple writing a sample game, "Raid on Armonk."
Because of the wording of an obscure 1986 federal law, the former CIA director -- and the rest of Americans -- receive less privacy protection than we would for love letters stored under a mattress.
Plan to buy a Sprint iPhone 4S and use its unlocked Micro-SIM slot to avoid international roaming charges? Better act fast.
The People's Daily, a mouthpiece for the government in Beijing, says that as "the international winds shift direction," Google might eventually find itself "sacrificed to politics."
CNET editor Dong Ngo gives his thoughts on Windows 8's Start screen and Microsoft's creativity, and lack thereof, via the implementation of the Start menu.
Long gone are the days of timers with stopwatches. Now it's a combination of light sensors, transponders, GPS, and more. CNET's Ina Fried has a look at all the tech that goes into scoring the Winter Games.
News that Auto-Tune was reportedly used to alter act on most recent edition of Britain's "X-Factor" show could mean lost trust for all singing reality shows.
Steven Slater, a JetBlue flight attendant who quit his job by jumping off a plane's emergency slide with a beer in hand, has become an Internet hero. How did JetBlue handle it?
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Thursday, June 16.
Woman sues Canadian provider after it consolidates her cell phone bill with her husband's landline and Internet bill, revealing details of her calls.