The latest update to this navigation app helps users find fun things to do, share those things with friends, and avoid traffic along the way.
Prompted by a recent fire and other incidents, the Federal Aviation Administration is launching a comprehensive review of the new, high-tech Dreamliner.
This year has proved just how easy it is to use Twitter and show a side of yourself that is perhaps not the finest. Consider, for instance, this encounter with Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio.
Claiming credit for the cyberattack against Dutch certificate company DigiNotar, Comodohacker is threatening to release other fake certificates.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Wednesday, August 10.
Several hacking groups have been taking aim at companies and government organizations, and posting their findings on the Web. Here's a look at what's been happening.
The top lawyer at AMD talks to CNET about critical moments when the rivalry with Intel got particularly nasty.
The aviation giant says that a fire onboard one of its test Dreamliners was caused by an insulation blanket around the P100 power panel igniting. The fire led to the new airplane's test program being put on indefinite hiatus.
One of my favorite iPhone games, The Incident, has just been updated to version 1.2--a major update that includes an Endless Nightfall scenario, Game Center compatibility with achievements and a leaderboard, and a new Controller Mode that allows you to control the iPad version of The Incident with your iPhone.
Greater Manchester Police is tweeting every 999 call for 24 hours to demonstrate the type of problems officers are called upon to deal with on a daily basis.