Carrier will expand its Wi-Fi hot zone in New York's Times Square and launch one in San Francisco's Embarcadero district as an alternative to its overtaxed cell network.
After looking for a buyer for two years, Borland Software sells CodeGear to Embarcadero Technologies for about $23 million.
Symphonies around the world will travel to the final frontier by playing soundtracks live to J.J. Abrams' films "Star Trek" and "Star Trek Into Darkness" starting in May.
CNET's Neha Tiwari takes a stroll down San Francisco's Pier 14 and talks to onlookers about the new Burning Man art exhibit there, "Passage," which weighs in at a whopping 25 tons. The art will only be displayed for six months; it's part of the initiative to add more imagination to the city's Embarcadero.
Artist Leo Villareal has raised millions of dollars to mount The Bay Lights Project on the Bay Bridge in San Francisco. The amazing installation will run for at least two years.
Bursting at the seams while it waits for approval on a new campus, Apple has struck a deal for a 373,000-square-foot space near its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters.
Skydivers, jets, and celebrity impersonators welcome T-Mobile's second Google Android phone.
After launching in 2010, the Netpulse platform is now being embedded into the touch screen control panels of major gym equipment brands, adding customized TV, iPod/iPhone connectivity, and more.
CNET's Ina Fried rides zip line through San Francisco and interviews gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor as Canadian tourism officials take Olympic act on the road.
Developers are variously enthusiastic and skeptical about the benefits of 64-bit mobile programming, but plenty expect gains from other features in the Apple A7 chip that will arrive in flagship iPhones on Friday.