Currently fighting deportation efforts in Guatemala, the antivirus-software pioneer sells life-story rights to a Montreal-based TV production company.
After sneaking across the Guatemalan border and being detained by police, the antivirus-software pioneer may now be released to get his immigration status in order.
Wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in Belize, the software pioneer is working the Guatemalan legal system in an effort to avoid deportation.
A man in Hamburg, Germany, is sitting on a train when his cell phone goes off to the tune of an Adolf Hitler speech pledging the "destruction of world Jewry."
Silicon Valley's next hot incubator for startups could be located in an unusual place: a new company called Blueseed plans to set up shop in international waters, 12 miles off the California coast.
An unprecedented number of product features first debuted in gadget blogs rather than at Apple's media event. What happened to the company's once storied secrecy?
F'realsies this time, we say a final farewell to our fallen comrade Randall Bennett on his last official day at CNET. He takes the reigns as guest host and gives his .02 on the homeless world cup, Craigslist disasters, the deportation of America's valedic
In an interview with CNET, the Swedish attorney for two women who accuse Julian Assange of sexual misconduct lays out the case against WikiLeaks editor.
International Olympic Committee acceded to Chinese government demands that some Internet censorship be kept in place during the games. How much of a problem will it really be?
You may know the candidates' views on taxes and foreign policy. But what they have to say about the Stop Online Piracy Act, WikiLeaks, and other tech topics might surprise you.