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CNET editor Dong Ngo picks a handful of networking and storage products of 2014 he finds most interesting.
Uber, Lyft and Sidecar are told to halt any carpool features. The California Public Utilities Commission confirms it sent two copies of a warning letter to all three peer-to-peer car services.
There was some hope in China that the account, which had several updates reflecting positively on Facebook, could be the real thing, but the social network has confirmed it's not.
After Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan instituted a ban -- “wiping out” the social network -- the country’s constitutional court says not so fast.
A joint review by the FAA and Boeing concludes that the next-generation airplane is safe and makes a series of recommendations that Boeing should follow going forward.
After the International Studies Association proposes a ban on blogging for editors of its journals, faculty groups raise their swords.
In a new report, the bank says that the virtual currency could ultimately be worth $1,300 per coin and become a "major means of payment for e-commerce."
In a move clearly designed to limit free speech, the country modifies its laws to ensure that those who spread what it calls "online rumors" could spend up to three years in jail.
After a tense battle, the City government of Seoul will crack down on UberX following the service's launch, offering rewards for reporting drivers.
In Michigan, a police officer stops a man who apparently was doing nothing wrong. They both pull out their mobile phones and film each other.