The software company known for projects as far afield as One World Trade Center and Grand Theft Auto is bringing its tools to DIY-ers tinkering fixes to everyday problems.
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.
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.
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.
Anonymous plans "peaceful" protest and encourages people to use Wi-Fi and Bluetooth if BART shuts down cell service again.
Activists thwarted after BART system shuts down cell service in advance of planned protest.
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.
Google and Skyhook Wireless may have records of the physical location of your computers or mobile devices, CNET has learned.
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.
Google plans to host an event Wednesday to show off its Android Honeycomb software, designed specifically for tablets. We'll have live coverage here.