Investors are pumping the brakes in Silicon Valley. A new report indicates a slowdown in investments is continuing, with some hope for a rebound going into 2017.
In this installment of CNET's crowdsourced science fiction novel, Rebecca Danish removes the nanobots that keep her young, leaving her with little time left to change the world.
Diagnosing what ails you just got easier with this Chrome extension that translates medical jargon into plain English.
The software giant unveils an online version of the physical support Answer Desk that's been up and running at the various Microsoft Store outlets.
The US Supreme Court granted a writ of certiori -- jargon for "OK, we'll hear this one" -- in the case pitting the networks against the streamer of over-the-air broadcasts.
While Verizon Wireless remains the most reliable network, according to testing firm RootMetrics, AT&T has gotten close, and offers a faster service.
How to take great pictures of cars with the camera you already own, demystifying the jargon of modern car design, and why cars are getting better gas mileage -- but you don't notice.
This week, CNET looks at what it means to create a virtual fence, the difference between a feature phone and smartphone, and why you should always send in your rebates.
A look at chipsets, Enhanced 911, and why breaking up is hard to do (for companies).
When telecommunications experts say ecosystem, they aren't talking about shrubbery and animals. CNET explains why.