Our back-to-school guide will show you something worth your time and money.
This story initially misstated the time switch that prompted the iOS 7 bug. Apple device users reported seeing the bug as countries switched from daylight saving time back to standard time. In the US, daylight saving time runs from March 10 to November 3 this year.
The line marking the current time in the Calendar app is off by an hour, owners of devices with Apple's latest operating system tell AppleInsider.
This Sunday morning, our clocks spring forward one hour to mark the beginning of daylight saving time. While it might be nice for some to have more light at the end of the day, it can be tough for bodies to adjust to darker mornings. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some ways technology can help ease the transition.
In 2007, a tornado flattened Greensburg, Kan. Now it's on a path to financial stability thanks to a city-wide green rebuilding effort. CNET Road Trip 2014 looked at the wreckage and the recovery.
With strict new standards, the landscape of lighting is rapidly changing. Here's everything you'll need to know to keep up.
Daylight Savings Times really messes with the guys of The 404. Today, we realize how old we are when compacts discs are 30 years old. Obviously, teens prefer MP3s over CDs; audiophiles die a little.
The Sleep Doctor is back in the building and we've been hoarding questions for his return. Today we'll talk to him about why Daylight Saving Time causes spikes in heart attacks, pro tips on what to pack in your airplane sleep kit, the best white noise and sleep-tracking apps for your smartphone, and why there are no shortcuts to a good night's rest.
The Sleep Doctor is back in the building, and we've been hoarding questions for his return. Today we'll talk to him about why daylight saving time causes spikes in heart attacks, pro tips on what to pack in your airplane sleep kit, the best white noise and sleep tracking apps for your smartphone, and why there are no shortcuts to a good night's rest.
Facebook has become a social network that's often too complicated, too risky, and, above all, too overrun by parents to give teens the type of digital freedom they crave.
What can our commercial TV networks do to stop us from reaching for the mouse and downloading torrents of our favourite shows?