Scientists look at the limitations of walking up walls in the real world and find that a real-life Peter Parker would look more like a freakish Sasquatch than an agile superhero.
Congress is expected to pass a permanent ban that will prevent local governments from taxing Internet access, a big win for consumers that ensures your broadband bill won't ever look like your wireless bill.
Bose spent years and millions creating the ultimate car suspension system. A technical success but a commercial flop, it never came to be. CNET got a rare demo.
GameSpot's Lucy James speaks to the guys from Firaxis to find out how they've implemented procedural generation into XCOM 2 to make it never ending.
Remember life before Google and Wikipedia? Watch as teens attempt to use a set of old-school encyclopedias with varying results.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon helps subscribers to AT&T and Verizon unlimited wireless-data plans figure out how or if they should keep their "grandfathered" service.
The US Army's new everlasting meat will soon be on your dinner plate, too. And if that doesn't tempt you, how about a "forever pizza"?
Call Wayne Industries! A stretchy new polymer can pack a punch, with a shoelace-size piece able to lift the weight of a liter of soda, its creators say.
San Francisco Bay Area residents say the technology industry is hurting the middle class and the poor, while exacerbating the economic divide.
Technically Incorrect: Google insists that Google Glass is moving onward and upward. But in withdrawing it from sale, isn't the company admitting that people really didn't want it?