The woman behind a bumper sticker that's suddenly becoming popular is stunned at what's happened.
Bumpers have come a long way since the days of chrome; now they are basically hidden inside the body of the car. CNET's Brian Cooley explains the new standards and what you need to know about bumper toughness.
A 1984 Dodge Colt transformed to look like a giant bumper car is ticking down its final hours on eBay. It can be yours if you act fast.
As the brand new and hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S4 arrives in shops, the Korean company has reported record profits.
In Georgia, many things fly that don't necessarily take flight elsewhere. An iPad, for example, may be one of them.
A newly discovered patent application shows that Apple has been working on an iPhone case with a windscreen that will reduce unwanted distortion and noise during phone calls.
Apple will stop its free case programme on 30 September, as promised. If you're still suffering problems, it promises to supply one, but it claims the problem isn't that common.
According to a growing thread in the Apple Support Discussions forums, the Apple bumper case, made specifically for the iPhone 4 (and a major part of the "Antennagate" solution), is scratching the steel antenna band.
Do Apple's bumper cases fix the call quality issues that result from touching the iPhone 4's antenna? CNET takes an iPhone 4 and a bumper into the field to find out.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: a look back at Apple's "antennagate;" our Top 5 desktop computers; a test-drive of the 2011 Ford Mustang GT500; and a How To for Firefox on your iPhone...sort of.