The U.S. government is wary about letting Huawei, a Chinese maker of telecom gadgets, work with American companies. CNET's Bridget Carey talks to Senior Writer Jay Greene about his visit to Huawei's headquarters and the concerns surrounding the company.
College freshmen who report higher levels of anxiety and alcohol use are more likely to feel emotionally connected with the social networking site than those who don't.
If you have a commute under 50 miles and a place to plug the car in, the 2013 Ford C-Max Energi makes an economical and excellent commuter and family vehicle.
Your phone is missing. You start to panic. You may be one of many people suffering from nomophobia, according to a new survey.
New features may initially give Facebook users a fright but quickly become the norm and what people expect to find, Facebook's CEO tells audience at G8 forum.
Motor club AAA says its roadside assistance trucks will be able to recharge electric vehicle batteries when depleted.
With a variable driving range and charging stations few and far between, EV drivers have cause to worry if they'll reach their destination. But for many, the mental stress vanishes after just three months of zero-emissions commuting.
The Mini E's 100-mile range worked for most drivers a majority of the time, but a recent survey shows they drove the cars less and used a gas-powered vehicle as backup when needed.
New study details the extent of a clinical condition involving separation from cell phones and Internet access.