Legislation hurriedly written -- and approved by the governor -- appears to ban any "system or network of devices" that may be used in a game of chance. Oh, oopsie.
The Microsoft founder has a new equestrian-friendly family home in Wellington, Fla., that serves as the training ground for his showjumping daughter.
Confidential information of nearly 300,000 students, faculty, and employees is accessed in hack, education officials warn.
NASA's first Orion vehicle settles in at the Kennedy Space Center to get outfitted for an unmanned test flight in 2014. The first manned flight is expected around 2021.
The owner of Barducci's in Florida seems to think it's just fine to tell around a dozen workers that they no longer have a job. One calls it "cowardice." Is it?
The peer-to-peer housing service ranks the hospitality of towns across the country based on the stays of its more than 4 million guests. While the South and West make it on the board, Northeast cities don't make the cut.
The partial rollout of LTE in New York is emblematic of the issues Sprint has had with its deployment. CNET gets behind the delay.
It may be the most visible working icon in the world. CNET Road Trip 2013 stopped in Akron, Ohio, to see what it takes to get Goodyear's famous blimps to fly.
The government has given the green light to cars that drive themselves, which could hit British streets before the end of the year.
Bridget's back on the show to tell us why Florida just banned all computers in an effort to curb senior citizens from playing bingo. We'll also cycle through the rest of the rundown that includes rowdy Google interns, hacking the Emergency Alert System, and the Tumblr community do-good of the week.