CNET's Marguerite Reardon helps a busy working mother figure out how not to break the bank when a work-issued iPad has to go back.
Over 1,000 experts in robotics have signed an open letter in a bid to prevent a "global AI arms race".
Technically Incorrect: A federal court says that if you butt-dial someone and the person records it, the information can be used against you.
The company will skip bringing its next flagship smartphone through carriers and go after consumers online. It has built a phone designed to work with every US carrier.
Researchers from the University of St. Andrews figure out a way to attach laser lights to cells to make them easier to keep track of. Because they don't make name tags that tiny.
The tool will allow users to pick the design of their choosing for Motorola's upcoming smartphone, but the smartphone has since gone dark after briefly appearing online.
The recall follows an instance in which security researchers were able to take control of a connected car via the Internet.
Technically Incorrect: A video of a motorist getting angry at a motorcyclist depicts an instance of a man getting more than he bargained for. Almost 9 million YouTube viewers have checked it out.
The software maker shares tools to help victims of "nonconsensual pornography" and will scrub links from its search engine.
The National Geographic show "Science of Stupid" explains what happens when you oversteer or understeer (beside the part where you skid into a guardrail and your insurance premium goes up).