Do you realize how much bacteria is sitting on the screen of your smartphone right now? Drop what you're doing -- it's time to clean.
A common, effective treatment in hospitals is set to make its way over to the smartphone screen.
New testing on gas pumps and mailboxes, among other things in six major U.S. cities, will make you want to wash your hands before checking your e-mail.
It's one of the dirtiest road tests ever: a mud run with two wearable fitness trackers. Find out which one wins.
Kevin Frazier, co-anchor of OMG Insider, takes you behind the scenes with Pauley Perrette on the NCIS set. Plus, CNET Senior Editor Brian Tong breaks down Bose vs. Beats and how to be a star on social media.
Visitors to MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition in San Jose, Calif., will get a chance to try out some of the popular myths from the hit show, and see many artifacts from the show's long history.
Symantec has come out with a list of the "Dirtiest Web Sites of Summer 2009," which, on average, has 18,000 malware threats per site.
Interbrand ranks global brands of companies that have green practices, products, and services.
Updated environmental plan includes solar farms on capped New York landfills, the phasing out of high-polluting heating fuels, homeowner loans for green upgrades, and a new social-media tool.
Hey, you know what we need a ribbon for, people? We need a ribbon for the fact that less than a third of U.S. students have even basic proficiency in science education. Science. Education. You know, the foundations of the universe? The familiarity with physics and electronics that leads to inventions like cars, computers, and fancy tablet computers? This is a serious problem, and sure, there's other news today, but this? This is important. Love, Molly.