Netflix made headlines last year at the Emmy television awards, but a deeper look shows the awards are no faster to recognize online programming than they were for cable.
It's 2014, yet mainstream gaming still hasn't twigged to the fact that women play games. Why aren't there more playable women, and what can be done about it?
New program gives points to Verizon customers that can be used to buy merchandise, gift cards, and other products. Is there a catch?
Facebook's operations chief warns that users might banish traditional advertising the way they ignore annoying friends. Precise targeting means it doesn't have to be that way.
What does ESPN do when four TV channels aren't enough for the biggest World Cup the US has ever seen? Go digital.
Attention, politicians and real estate developers: a 3D-printed model offers a different take on new buildings, old highway routes, and even sunlight patterns.
Google is expanding its Android answer to Apple's iTunes, and two execs say its streaming-plus-downloads double punch is a knockout.
The G3's key brand dilemma: it's not an iPhone or Galaxy S. LG's US marketing chief tells CNET how that will change.
Maker of brain-scanning tech says wearables like Google Glass could evolve to monitor brain signals and sell you toothpaste.
Through #AmazonCart, the company can use the mobile heft of Twitter to draw in smartphone shoppers.