Grad students at Johns Hopkins say their prototype device enables pathologists to inspect excised breast tissue so fast that more can be removed -- if necessary -- during the same operation.
As of May 1, movies like the James Bond hit "Goldfinger" and Woody Allen's "Stardust Memories" will not be available for streaming. But, 500 new titles, like "Mission: Impossible II," will be added.
A patent application filed today by Apple could see smartphones capture a series of images of the same scene and then automatically pick the "best" one.
The ever-popular NCAA March Madness tournament has begun. But if like a lot of us you can't make your way in front of a television for every matchup, don't worry. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a couple of mobile apps to keep you and your bracket up to speed.
Sprint said in December that it would work to get rid of the controversial Carrier IQ software on devices on its network. And now it's starting to send out over-the-air updates.
At CES 2012, Jeff Bakalar checks out the latest gaming headphones that eliminates all Wi-Fi interference, the XP400's.
Are you afraid of how much information Google has about you? You can live without them.
Are you afraid of how much information Google has about you? You can live without it.
The What Country iPhone app is upsetting the Italian government, as it describes Italy as the home of "pizza, mafia, pasta, and scooters." Italy's minster of tourism demands its removal.
The TrueCookPlus code system for microwave cooking factors in variables as diverse as elevation and oven age to create the perfect meal.