Ford's Alan Mulally, Nokia's Stephen Elop, and a couple of internal candidates reportedly make the cut to become the tech giant's next CEO.
During Microsoft's annual shareholders meeting, the company co-founder briefly shows his emotional side while discussing the hunt for a new CEO.
What are your picks for robot immortality? For the first time, the public can vote on inductees to the Robot Hall of Fame, which includes famous bots like Honda's Asimo and C-3P0 from Star Wars.
For Manolo Espinosa, head of audio at SoundCloud, a typical day can involve chasing down presidential candidates and trying to get journalists to use his popular service. CNET spent a day with him.
Republican presidential candidates take aim at a pair of Hollywood-backed bills: the Protect IP Act and the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA
A new $4.99 PC game shows no mercy to politicians--and even throws in Jon Stewart for good measure.
Intrade.com presents a novel kind of political punditry, as members buy and sell "political futures" whose price represents the collective conventional wisdom of who is most likely to win.
The picture on energy policy is getting a bit more clear at two events this week: Obama and McCain's town hall debate and another between their energy advisers at MIT.
T. Boone Pickens on Leno, Europe scales back on biofuels, shifting attention to materials and water, a call for "podcars," a plug-in hybrid trial in the U.K., algae-based jet fuel, a review of Tom Friedman's call to arms for green energy.
Is there a convincing reason why the political campaigns don't release raw recordings of press conferences? If there is, I can't come up with one.