A New Zealand man nearing the end of home detention sentence just can't stand another day with his Xbox, so he asks the police to take him to jail.
Wear comfortable shoes. Pen and paper will be provided. Crave contributor Kelsey Adams explains how she became trapped forever in a spatiotemporal distortion, and maybe so could you!
An Indiegogo campaign arises, its goal to build a statue of Apple's co-founder somewhere in the Bay Area. But who's behind it?
Amazon signs licensing pact with Warner and obtains such shows as "Dark Blue," "Fringe," Alcatraz," and "The Whole Truth" as it battles with Netflix for streaming viewers.
Next up in his quest to turn "aquatic biking" into a global phenomenon, BayCycle Project founder Judah Schiller will cross the Hudson on a bike fixed to a portable flotation device.
Moving search tools from the sidebar to under the search field, Google continues the major revamp of its search engine.
The golden era of zeppelins may long since be over, but airships are once again plying the skies. Today, CNET got a ride aboard the Eureka, and a priceless view of the best of San Francisco.
With his comment about having "binders full of women," the Republican presidential candidate stirs much online activity -- especially on Amazon.
Aiming to be a one-stop shop for vacationers looking to find -- and book -- great things to do, the San Francisco startup funded by heavyweights like Twitter founder Jack Dorsey launched today.
As in, it's over by the fall. Expect more short-lived deals like this one, which Amazon struck with Warner Bros., as streaming-video providers do battle while Hollywood provides the bullets.