Road Trip 2015: The first in a two-part series on Vietnam's startup scene and how the government is trying to rev up investment and interest in businesses that hope to be the next viral hit.
In a wide-ranging interview with Rolling Stone, the creator of the breakout mobile hit details why he pulled the title and what's next for his genius brand of addictive game design.
Australian music-game studio 7 Bit Hero has released its very own rather poignant contribution to Flappy Jam.
CNET networking editor Dong Ngo reveals the Wi-Fi routers he has used at his home over the years.
Google has accused Microsoft of using user data to rip off its search results in rival search engine Bing, starting a hilarious search-engine spat.
As we pack up our edit trailer and tear down our booth, we look back at the most memorable technologies, and those products that will actually affect our lives. And most of it isn't what was pushed hardest by manufacturers.
Breaking news! Microsoft announced it will be killing the Kin! Also, Apple unleashed the juggernaut that was the iPhone 4 last week only to suffer tales of antenna woes soon after. We also talk about the latest Android news -- the Droid X, Evo 4G problems, and the Samsung Galaxy S devices, just to name a few -- plus the sillest phone name of all time.
Breaking news! According to Microsoft, it's killing the Kin! Also, Apple unleashes the juggernaut that is the iPhone 4 last week only to suffer tales of antenna woes soon after. We also talk about the latest Android news--the Droid X, Evo 4G problems, and the Samsung Galaxy S devices, just to name a few--plus the silliest phone name of all time.
Apple's legal war with Nokia has hit DEFCON 1, with JobsCo seeking for Nokia to be banned from the US
After multiple cancellations and attempts to get him on the show, Mr. Ngo is finally in the 404 studio in New York! We're excited to pick his brain on all the new advancements in the CNET labs, but we get side-tracked by the most random conversations. Dong and I have a special relationship (don't go there): Dong was actually the first person I met when I first started working at CNET! In fact, you could consider him my printer mentor! Thanks, Dong.