Technically Incorrect: Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old who was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school and then became a hero at Google and Facebook, is now demanding compensation and an apology.
This CNET special report examines the controversy gripping San Francisco as a massive influx of techies feeds an unprecedented economic boom -- and backlash.
The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.
At Mcity, autonomous cars can learn to drive before facing the real world. This could help Ford speed up production of such vehicles.
The home-sharing business promises to pay its "fair share" of taxes, be more transparent with data and ban users from listing investment properties.
Grand Theft Auto V, Red Dead Redemption, Mortal Kombat X, and many more see hefty discounts.
The Obama administration earmarks $160 million to help entrepreneurs, civic leaders and nonprofits work together to develop apps to tackle issues like traffic congestion and crime.
Here Maps has a plan to make itself a resource in the new age of autonomous vehicles.
The ride-sharing service has been banned in Rio de Janeiro while proposed regulations in London could curtail its operations in the UK.
Technically Incorrect: The leading Republican candidate defends his Twitter habits, but admits that he doesn't have time to check every statistic he retweets.
Commentary: Who is this wild-eyed woman staking out the same city as Matt Murdock in the popular "Daredevil"? CNET's Bonnie Burton explains why Netflix's upcoming superpowered P.I. show should pack a punch.