New research links excessive TV watching and killer blood clots. That could be especially bad news for those who like to watch entire seasons of their favorite shows at a time.
DC Comics fans have plenty to smile about in this animated, R-rated version of the seminal graphic novel.
These keyboard shortcuts let you run around Reddit faster.
Tool for informing contacts on the social network that you are safe is turned on after a truck rams a crowd in Nice, France.
Back in the day owner manuals were sources of information about how to use the product, now it's a warning manifesto.
Originally live on July 8. Music habits have moved to streaming for many, but have we lost the spirit of sound with it? Ty Pendlebury and Steve "The Audiophiliac Man" Guttenberg join Jeff Bakalar to discuss how we can save the quality of our songs. Then, we'll jump into what we've seen of the iOS 10 public beta, Pokemon Go's craziness and whether we should be excited about Amazon's Prime Day. Join us live for our next show, Fridays around 3:30 p.m. ET/12:30 p.m. PT on CNET's YouTube and Facebook Pages. Follow everyone on Twitter: Jeff Bakalar @jeffbakalar Steve Guttenberg @AudiophiliacMan Ty Pendlebury @typendlebury Joseph Kaminski @J0stradamus Mike Sorrentino @MikeJSorrentino Bryan VanGelder @bryanvangelder
Dallas' chief of police says his department rigged an explosive device to a robot to take out a suspect. "Other options would have exposed our officers to great danger," he says.
The latest Batman is by far the deadliest. Bruce Wayne's alter ego eschews his non-lethal ideology in a video compilation from "Batman v Superman."
Discussing Microsoft Research's vision of using unadorned hands to control and manipulate VR objects; also, we check out Google Bloks and think about how it might help kids learn coding.
The advocacy group says the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act makes it hard to investigate websites for bad behavior and potential discrimination.