For the Pyro Spectacular team that put on a recent "Star Wars" themed fireworks show at the Oakland Coliseum, it's a dangerous all-day job to put together a 15-minute show. CNET got the inside scoop.
This week's collection of apps are both iPhone- and Android-friendly, featuring great games that let you play America's favorite pastime.
iTunes Radio launched with a splash, and is poised to roll out across the globe. So where does that leave Pandora?
In a test among four MLB teams at the end of season, 12 percent of electronic ticket buyers opted to use Passbook.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, says he has never been more bullish about the company's ability to innovate.
Sterne Agee analyst Arvind Bhatia believes Facebook has a chance at becoming the "next Google" and disrupting the worldwide ad market.
At the re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos explains how the company's Web services business model -- and a 10,000-year clock -- embody innovation.
New ComScore stats are getting pressed into service as Exhibit A to sound the alarm over the future of Google's social network. I'm not buying it.
The world's largest computer maker increases its quarterly revenue by 4 percent over a year ago, but comes in just below what analysts were predicting.
The satellite television provider says it is looking into the matter, but the woes come at a bad time for CNET's Ina Fried, who is preparing to have a house party for the college softball championships.