The social network has retired its virtual currency in favor of the real thing.
The latest update also sprinkles in a waterslide and some Christmas artifacts along the perilous path.
Samsung's Galaxy Mega 6.3 is just about your only choice for a jumbo-screen phablet under $200, but those with more flexible budgets should consider a phone with a higher-resolution display.
Toshiba's SBX4250 is a sound bar with a good set of features at a decent price, but its sound quality and design are merely adequate.
A father buys his 5-year-old son a refurbished Nintendo 3DS for Christmas. Sadly, it wasn't refurbished well enough.
The Toshiba SBX4250 won't wow you with its looks or sound, but it features built-in Bluetooth and a bevy of ports.
After the pomp and circumstance of the iPhone 5 event, some people are left yawning. Have we entered an era of unexciting new smartphones or can we recapture the excitement of the first iPhone and Android devices?
Sure, the next iPhone will be a design and commercial success. But like last week's Nokia and Google phones, it's not going to bring revolutionary improvement.
The sparks didn't fly during the company's first-ever talk at the hacking confab. Apple security specialist Dallas De Atley is stylish and all, but CNET's Elinor Mills got the sense she'd heard his lines somewhere before.
One of the most celebrated IPOs in history ended the day below where it started. At Facebook, it's back to business.