Own, don't rent, the Harry Potter flicks for $5 apiece. And let the Lumo Lift assist you in sitting up straight while you watch (or work).
Wireless carriers say they've got you covered with fast, reliable mobile service at this summer's big political events.
The husband of a woman wounded in the terror attack says he doesn't believe there's any valuable information on the phone and that he's proud of Apple's stance.
A new version of iOS 9.2.1 on iTunes helps people whose phones were bricked after third-party repairs.
From CNET Magazine: If Elon Musk has his way, we could soon travel at nearly the speed of sound.
The US Fish and Wildlife Service wants to make sure endangered ferrets stay safe from a deadly disease, so it comes up with a plan involving peanut butter pellets delivered via drones.
Google's new Family Library will let you share your account with up to six people, just like Apple's Family Sharing plan from 2014.
Commentary: There are surprisingly few ghosts in "Ghostbusters". That's just one of the things CNET's Rich Trenholm noticed when he returned to the '80s classics.
The social network says it hasn't and won't censor live-streamed footage showing the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
The two companies offer different reasons for why Tesla's Autopilot feature didn't brake and save a driver's life.