Technically Incorrect: A 79-year-old New Mexico woman makes a mistake. Initially, Comcast refuses to refund her the money back in cash, instead offering a credit on her account.
Not everyone wanted a new iPhone for Xmas. One landline-loving Grandma was worried that she'd have to learn how to use one. Until...
Android can appear to be a bit too complicated for some users, including Grandma. This app makes it seem easy.
As part of Road Trip 2015, CNET visits Mcity, a 32-acre fake city in Michigan designed to test self-driving cars' navigation and communication abilities -- and to keep research from migrating to Silicon Valley.
Silicon Valley investments in robot startups surge amid crowdfunding campaigns backing technologies that track increasingly intimate parts of people's lives.
Debuting June 29, Lego Minifigures Online will let you switch from your desktop or mobile device and keep the same game alive.
A smart frame like this is too good for grandma. Actually, it's perfect for grandma, and you should get one, too.
Highly automated and app-savvy, this smart frame makes it easy to share photos with tech-challenged relatives.
Those who buy Comcast's fancy new XR5 v4 remote will find a new take on a familiar slogan on the back of the device, reminding them that the remote was "designed by Comcast in Philadelphia."
Technically Incorrect: In new emotive ads, Facebook claims to be the home of all that is good and open. But is it?