Likely bringing a collective sigh of relief, the social network announces it's changing its algorithm to ensure click-bait articles aren't so prominently featured.
This year's iTunes Festival is a month of free concerts featuring legendary acts as well as newcomers like Sam Smith and Jungle.
Academia just got more glamorous with a series of eyeball-grabbing paper titles designed to lure online readers. These dissertations will blow your mind!
Technically Incorrect: The US Healthy Swimming Program says that when your eyes go red and stingy in the pool it's caused by a chemical reaction between chlorine and urine.
Chief Executive Satya Nadella issues a far-reaching mission statement to employees, and doesn't stint on ambition.
An artist paints actor Shia LeBeouf as every Doctor from the BBC's "Doctor Who" series. Don't blink. Just don't do it.
Technically Incorrect: A new ad for the Galaxy S6 Edge says that living your life with all those white charging cables is no fun.
Twitter will highlight tweets for breaking news, Google launches YouTube Newswire, and LinkedIn ruins the Pulse app to pick stories it thinks you should like. Along with Apple and Facebook, more tech companies want to decide which stories you read.
Check out the highlights and big trends at this year's E3, from Fallout 4 to Halo 5, as well as Star Fox and a surprise Jim Henson muppet.
Google I/O might have dominated the headlines this week, but CNET's valiant editors still saw a host of stuff cross their desks. Here's some of what struck their fancy.