Technically Incorrect: After an encounter with a fan and a phone on a South Carolina street, the comedian and actress says she's had enough. But has she?
Forget laser surgery. If Google has a say in it, we'll soon be injecting devices into our eyes to help improve our vision.
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.
Wearable gadgets have become a serious trend, especially with the rising popularity of smartwatches. There are also wearables to help track your fitness, health and now even posture. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of the best posture-correcting devices on the market.
After a brief course correction, New Horizons is on track to get up close with Pluto on July 14. Here are two awesome ways to catch Pluto fever.
Instead of relying on optics to correct a viewer's vision, a team out of UC Berkeley and MIT look to computation.
Google was tired of listening to you repeat yourself, so it came up with a way you can correct Google Now when it mishears you.
This story incorrectly stated the number of photographers Getty Images is sending to the World Cup. Getty will have a team of 46 photographers, plus 13 editors and other support staff, at the World Cup.
The original version of this story misidentified the lead actor in "Mozart in the Jungle." The actor is Gael Garcia Bernal.