Jedi, stormtroopers, Jawas, Ewoks, and book lovers alike will grab their favorite books and gather for the third annual Star Wars Reads Day, to be held in October.
Project Christine is a concept custom-build PC system where you don't have to worry about breaking the components -- just click new units into place.
Forget what you learned when you were a kid--because it's wrong. Ditto for what most scientists assumed as well.
As klutzy Apple laptop users know, damage from spilt water, coffee, or other liquids is not covered under the standard warranty. To uncover any potential for warranty fraud, it's rumored the Cupertino, Calif.-based company has installed liquid sensors in its new line of MacBooks and MacBook Pros. CNET's Kara Tsuboi looks into the rumored move and the potential for false-positives.
Get schooled by CNET editor Jasmine France. This week she gives advice on keeping your gadgets protected against temperature extremes, moisture, and more.
One of the major complaints customers have with the iPhone and AT&T could finally be addressed on June 6, according to The Boy Genius Report.
Clorox's MyStain iPhone app may be a marketing ploy, but at least it's a useful one.
This innovative bowl design keeps soups, dips, cereal, and other foods in the bowl, on the spoon, or on your chip--not on the table or the floor.
There are many drying methods to turn to, if you've dropped your phone in the toilet or spilled a beer on your MP3 player. We put one of them, the Bheestie Bag, to the test.
After uproar in the blogosphere over whether the publisher of a new book would credit the work of two Silicon Valley makers, it seems all has been worked out.