They're just like us! Celebrities were in full force at CES this year, and the CNET team had a front seat at the action.
With its stunning visuals and compelling plot, this remarkable game (currently for iOS only) joins the ranks of classic platformers like Limbo and The Cave.
Tech leaders dominate the finance magazine's 40 under 40 scoreboard, and the Yahoo CEO's placement on the 2013 edition is a milestone for the annual list.
The games giant is planning to focus on health, which it will tie into its games in future. Though exactly how isn't really clear.
The search giant retains its top perch in the latest rankings. So what makes Google special?
The world's biggest chipmaker ended 2014 on solid footing thanks in part to its reinvigorated PC business. However, Intel's mobile division remains a huge drag.
Technically Incorrect: Football coach Kevin Sumlin was on the phone at home. His pool boy observed and tweeted about the experience. The coach was not happy.
Google's mobile OS still leads in worldwide smartphone sales, but Apple saw its share rise in virtually all countries surveyed by research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
The company's software subscribers are generally satisfied, but Adobe still faces critics who don't like its 2013 decision to cease developing its Creative Suite software.
Other tech women on the annual list of the 50 most powerful women in business include Yahoo's Marissa Mayer and Hewlett-Packard's Meg Whitman.