Two venerable geek touchstones come together in a Super Mario Bros. Lego lamp on Etsy.
American tech firms are caught in the cross-fire between China and the US over cyberespionage. International politics specialist Shen Yi says this storm isn't likely to blow over soon.
The venture capitalist says the top tech companies in six years will be Facebook, Google, and "one that we've never heard of."
The company says it is "actively seeking" qualified women and minorities to add to its board.
The social media management tool squares away a humongous cash pile to grow and make acquisitions.
Samsung's five Galaxy S4 models will confuse and disappoint smartphone shoppers.
The Android 4.1 handset finds a home in the upper echelon of the carrier's smartphone lineup.
Company introduces network control device and software platform designed to collect data from smart meters and sensors and automate jobs on local grid power distribution loops.
The company is upending Windows to get back in the game, which is now centered on mobile devices. It won't overtake Apple or Google, but it will apply its money, developers, and persistence to winning.
Sprint has agreed to be purchased by Japanese wireless provider SoftBank. CNET takes you through the deal and how it may affect consumers.