Whether you're a parent organizing a school fundraiser or a manager coordinating an employee training, handling the logistics of running a big event can be difficult and stressful. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a couple of websites and apps that aim to take the pain out of event planning.
The new Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center will be able to gather intelligence across multiple sectors of government during a crisis, reports The Washington Post.
It's nice to see Google bringing old features back to Google Maps.
Documents obtained by the Guardian suggest the rumored project might be the real deal, with the company reportedly scouting for testing locations.
Reporter's Notebook: From cars to security badges, if you build it, they will hack it at Defcon, the annual meeting of cybersecurity pros.
From CNET Magazine: Smartwatches are great for reading messages and notifications right from your wrist. Too bad people around you think you're being rude.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET talks with the University of Michigan's Peter Sweatman about the rapid merging of computers and cars, and the fake city in Ann Arbor where it's being put to the test.
Steve Jobs' 2010 appeal for a Flash-free world echoes again from Facebook and from Firefox maker Mozilla after revelations of just how vulnerable Adobe's animation software actually is.
Now that America's MegaBots and Japan's Suidobashi Heavy Industries have both built giant, pilot-controlled robots, it seems obvious what has to happen next.
Key sections of online community Reddit, including one of the site's most popular drawcards, "Ask Me Anything", are being pulled from public view in protest of the alleged firing of one its key administrators.