Intel wants to take the lead in 64-bit Android. This week, it offered some proof of how it's doing that.
According to a survey, Americans say their biggest concern with online infiltrators is that their financial info will be spied on. Some even admit they're worried about privacy while browsing porn.
A native app for the popular fitness-tracking devices is now available on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones.
An artifact from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle lore has been made real at San Diego Comic-Con: The Pizza Launcher, a weaponized truck that fires pizza instead of explosive shells.
The Taiwan chipmaker has been known for supplying mid- and low-tier mobile devices, but it's pushing to go higher end.
The software Google's browser uses to show PDF files has been proprietary for years, but now it's an open-source project called PDFium that others can scrutinize or use themselves.
Put your feet up and let us take you through the best bits of iOS 8 and Yosemite -- plus we pony up for a £12,500 phone, and find out why it's the end of the line for line rental.
How will wearable devices integrate into our daily lives? Designer Gadi Amit speaks to CNET about his products like Fitbit and the modular Project Ara smartphone.
Smart furniture startup Stir folds Fitbit activity tracking into its Kinetic standing desk.
New test versions of Google's browser catch up to a processor upgrade that began a decade ago. Google promises better speed, security, and stability.