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Deciding the Next DeciderCalvin TrillinRandom HouseNovember 25, 2008Displaying the form that made bestsellers of Obliviously On He Sails and A...
A close look at the ads that are running beneath online video clips may suggest that Google Ads are doing more than just advertising.
A CNET editor's little rant about how it's frustrating not to be able to hold or play with the Palm Pre without a handler.
Pluto was excommunicated from the planet world in 2006. Now, the Illinois state senate has decided that the excommunication vote was invalid and that it will reinstate the planet.
Sun leen fai lok! For all you non-Chinese speakers out there, that's "Happy New Year" in Chinese--go hug something yellow. We kick off the year of the ox with a ban on Jeff's Engrish impressions and cruise through a few No Duh stories from the Internet.
In these post-Wall Street meltdown, post-Bernie Madoff, post-bailout times, the reception to another filthy rich dot-commie will be lukewarm, at best.
Windows 7 will be front and center when Microsoft's CEO takes the Sin City stage at 6:30 p.m. PST. CNET News will be blogging it live here.
Suit claims Chicago Transit Authority pulled ads promoting the video game just days after the ads began appearing, violating its free speech and contractual rights.
LocateCell.com must pay government $97,500 for failing to turn over complete information on how it obtained the data it sold online.
As game makers sue to overturn a law restricting violent video games, politicians vote for an investigation of the "Grand Theft Auto" sex flap.
CNET News.com's Declan McCullagh explains who's driving the campaign against politically incorrect video games--and why.