CNET editor Dong Ngo picks a handful of networking and storage products of 2014 he finds most interesting.
Tech giant will hold Hour of Code events next week at its stores -- from New York to London to Tokyo -- to spark kids' interest in computer programming.
The reported event follows a splashy affair a month ago, when Apple showed off its newest iPhones and the Apple Watch. But it'll be more low-key, says Recode.
After 10 years of blowing stuff up and reality-checking hundreds of myths, co-hosts Grant Imahara, Kari Byron and Tory Belleci are leaving on the popular science TV program.
The companies have partnered to give the smart thermostats to "selected hosts" in the US at no charge. It's part of a green push for Airbnb.
The New York attorney general wants more information on a handful of hosts that may be "flagrantly misusing" the platform.
Samsung likely will show off its new Galaxy Note 4 and other devices during an event to be held simultaneously in Beijing, Berlin, and New York.
What are Microsoft Office users to do now that clip art is no more? "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon is not happy. He also says goodbye to Google's Captcha.
Where else but Comic-Con would you find Sonic Screwdrivers at a Sabbath table? A Shabbat "un-networking event" that got its start at SXSW comes to the massive geek-fest.
Pink slime? Poultry beaks and feet? Former "MythBusters" host Grant Imahara visits Tyson food-processing plant to investigate what McDonald's Chicken McNuggets are actually made from.