To make you excited about its new streaming video and gaming gizmo, Amazon presents a presenter who epitomizes anything other than Amazon.
All you have to do, says Oldman, is ask the Internet. Because the Internet knows everything. And nothing. So he can just look at the camera and say "Blah." Which he does very well.
In his new book, Nate Silver writes that a glitch in IBM's chess terminator may have spooked Garry Kasparov in his famous 1997 loss. But he was more likely psyched out by its surprising brilliance.
Most of us find a computer chess game hard enough to beat, but not so if you have the rather grandiose title of chess grandmaster.
Donald Bell talks with the president of Stern Pinball, Gary Stern, about his latest line of affordable pinball machines designed for the home.
Noted antitrust attorney slams FTC for "naive" approach in settling with Google, warns of anticompetitive impact on smaller companies.
It's the end of a 10-year legal battle, as the Glasgow-born hacker won't face charges in the UK.
The hacker who allegedly broke into NASA's computers will not be extradited to the U.S. as Britain's home secretary makes a ruling on human rights grounds.
British hacker Gary McKinnon will not be extradited to the US, following a decision by Home Secretary Theresa May on human rights grounds.
CNET Australia transplant Ty Pendlebury joins the cast of The 404 to talk about the brand-spanking-new GTA V trailer, online sales tax, and Aussie Rules Football.