The loudest protest so far against smartphone-era car services involves burning tires, blocked traffic, riot police and an assault on a celebrity taking an Uber ride from the airport.
Drawing on thousands of leaked documents, The New York Times and the UK's Guardian offer up lengthy looks at the beleaguered spy agency.
A military judge refuses to dismiss charges against the alleged Wikileaks whistle blower who recently marked his 1,000th day in confinement.
The software giant has chosen a Baghdad-based company to act as its official distributor in a country hit by years of war and U.N. sanctions.
Samsung and Apple's sometimes smart-arsed voice assistants battle it out in the usefulness stakes.
New filing, which says last year's leaks did no "real damage to national security," previews defense strategy in case of alleged Wiki-leaker.
Chat logs show what may have motivated Army enlistee Bradley Manning, an AJAX, PHP, and MySQL programmer, to allegedly turn over megabytes of sensitive documents to WikiLeaks.
Execs from Twitter, YouTube, Google and WordPress are in Baghdad to discuss how new media can help rebuild war-torn Iraq
New research from Pew suggests that 50 percent of Americans want to move elsewhere. As California is clearly facing ruin, we should be looking for a better home for Google and the Silicon Valley titans.
Road Trip at Home: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman stopped in on the Cable Car Museum to see how San Francisco's world famous vehicles--the only ones remaining in operation in the world--work.