The civil liberties group claims AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint aren't doing enough to protect users' private data because they're not sending out timely Android security updates.
As the social network embarks on becoming publicly traded, it spells out the dozens of obstacles it's facing -- from losing users to being a hotbed of annoying ads to experiencing more cyberattacks.
It looks like we may well have another California trial between the two mobile-gadget giants, as efforts to reach a deal fall flat.
You can bring Apple CEO Tim Cook and Samsung Mobile chief JK Shin together, but you can't make them reach an amicable accord, apparently.
Google wants it to be a "nonissue" when Google Docs and Chrome OS users work with Microsoft Office files. CNET News' Stephen Shankland ran into hitches and glitches that show that's not the case.
Apple's software engineers were so haunted by a gag in The Simpsons they spent years trying to nail the keyboard in the iPhone, new interviews reveal.
The new device is 45 percent thinner than the current model, and does away with wires and an internal battery. It should work much better, the company said.
It's back-to-school time. If you want to graduate and get one of the few jobs left for you, don't use an iPad. You can't multitask.
By market-acceptance standards, failures of Apple hardware products are rare. But when the potential for weak demand is evident, Apple is pretty good at fixing the problem. That's a lesson for Microsoft.
CNET Editor in chief Dan Farber and reporter Donna Tam talk about what caused today's Twitter crash.