On today's show, we fill you in on the latest Project Ara and Hyperloop news, check out a stop-motion animator's cool Nintendo Power Glove hack and explain why Duke University's lab-grown muscle fibers are so special.
Everywhere you go in Silicon Valley, there is one word said over and over and over again, and it's time to stop. #nerdrage
Google will stop selling the initial version of its connected eyewear, but that doesn't mean it's dead. Also, Nintendo's New 3DS is coming to the US, and Facebook goes to work. All that and more in this look back at the week in tech.
Spiral 2 is the name of the newest version of Google's Project Ara smartphone. If you've ever dreamt of swapping out smartphone parts with ease or upgrading on the fly, you won't want to miss our coverage (and our impressions of all the modules that caught our eye in the promo video).
After 11 years, it appears Apple is pulling the plug on its Single of the Week. Fortunately, the free-tune train doesn't stop there.
The kinds of advanced malicious software threatening most companies have proven to be nearly impossible to stop, says a new FireEye report.
A recent attack against Morgan Stanley that exposed hundreds of thousands of customer accounts was an inside job, a threat experts say is nearly impossible to stop.
Throughout Wednesday morning, a hacking group has disrupted German government websites, including Chancellor Angela Merkel's page, saying it wants the country to stop supporting the Ukrainian government.
Still haven't seen the movie that a group of hackers tried to stop? Now you have even more ways to watch it.
No time to send a traditional holiday greeting card? Don't let that stop you from expressing your cheer this season. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on ways to send a holiday e-greeting that can be delivered to a friend's email or smartphone in a matter of seconds.