In a coy interview with a Canadian newspaper, John Sculley appears to be mulling a BlackBerry bid and says that he is a "longtime BlackBerry fan and user."
Now that CNET editors aren't up to their collective eyeballs in CES and Detroit auto show excitement, things are getting back to normal. To that end, we've got a sampling of some neat stuff that came across our desks, including what CNET's Dan Ackerman called "the first great laptop of 2015."
Technically Incorrect: The famous artiste says she dropped her iPhone in the toilet, dried it in rice and then...
Technically Incorrect: A middle school basketball game carries on with the referee signaling calls one-handed. In the other, he's making a call.
The Kinematics dress from Nervous System was just inducted into MoMA's permanent collection, and it's no wonder why: 2,279 interlocking, 3D-printed triangles connected by 3,316 hinges makes this dress shift its shape as if it's rippling in the wind as its wearer walks by.
CNET goes over the hits and misses that helped define our year in smartphones.
Pink slime? Poultry beaks and feet? Former "MythBusters" host Grant Imahara visits Tyson food-processing plant to investigate what McDonald's Chicken McNuggets are actually made from.
A law firm obtains documents that it says reveal potential problems with the US Patent and Trademark Office's covert system for red-flagging controversial applications.
How does a microwave oven heat without heat? Find out in the latest installment of Appliance Science, which delves into the physics of microwave ovens.
Forrester Research also predicts that annual spending on online ads in the US will top $100 billion in 2019, as advertisers follow consumer habits.