Get ready, Simpsons fans. Next month, Lego will release a $200 Simpsons house kit, and a bit later it will put out a set of minifigures of the show's major characters.
An analyst estimates the wearable tech could be worth $3.27 billion in the next couple of years due to increased searches, better ad targeting, and app sales.
AT&T Mobility head Ralph de la Vega said that the company is seeing better than expected revenue growth from its Mobile Share data plans, and it's very pleased with performance on its 4G LTE network.
The giant South American nation is trying to use its large cattle population to create a market for a homegrown semiconductor industry.
This Python-inspired iOS game tries its best to rip off Angry Birds, but doesn't manage to deliver the same smooth, compelling gameplay. Run away!
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Tuesday, September 20.
When Microsoft's motion-gaming device hits store shelves later this year, one analyst says, it will be the start of something great for the software giant.
Creative Suite 5, Adobe's sprawling new suite, is now available. The software also is dragged into the company's rivalry with Apple.
Two cute and campy wood pellet grills remind cooks where meat comes from.
Fakircook grill cooks meat faster that conventional grilling while keeping all of the flavor and natural juices