Melissa Kellerman, one of the famous Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, got her 15 minutes of fame on Thanksgiving when she was tackled by her team's tight end. And then she tweeted about it.
Gwen Dean, who quit her job as a machine engineer during a Super Bowl ad, says her boss texted her and was shocked.
PopCap and the American Dental Association have teamed up to provide an awesome alternative to Halloween candy.
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Nokia was once a dominant force in the wireless world. CNET takes a look at its successes -- and what went wrong.
The Philippines has rolled out 23,000 Linux desktops in schools, suggesting one market where Linux may well prove its mettle.
Road Trip 2011: The last one was decommissioned in 1940, but there was a day when Germany's zeppelins were the royalty of the skies. CNET visits the Zeppelin Museum to look at the history of aerial royalty.
In his latest bulletin, Apple co-founder and dancing competitor Steve Wozniak reveals he's practicing with intensity and avoiding the Segway to protect his injured ankle. But his Facebook support group still only numbers barely 2,000.
Simmering tensions between sales and engineering teams are a fact. In good times, it's manageable. When times turn tough, look out. Yahoo's new CEO should keep this in mind.
The number of people congregating in Las Vegas for the show reportedly dropped from 141,150 last year to 110,000 this year. Also: Seagate goes through layoffs.