How will the players in the smart-home industry make it easier for consumers to buy in? We'll be exploring that topic and others at our upcoming panel during CES 2015.
Don't let the biggest technology show of the year take you by surprise. CES 2015 starts right after the new year, and CNET will be there in force to show you every new device and technology.
Today, companies have apps and websites. Tomorrow, they'll let their customers link electronically in a new way with if-this-then-that actions, IFTTT CEO Linden Tibbets predicts.
Don't hold your breath hoping that Android will regain the hidden permissions toggle that Google pulled last week, because it's going to be a long wait.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' personal acquisition of The Washington Post on Monday represents his largest yet. Find out what else he's invested in.
Using two cell phones set to record video -- to ensure all angles are covered -- a high school student lies in wait to catch an alleged backpack thief. There is a surprise.
When Mark Zuckerberg and team talk to analysts later today, let's hope they shed some light on Facebook Gifts -- one of the social network's best hopes for making money that's not from advertising.
Sure, sending gifts via Facebook could eventually become a $1 billion business. But for now, it's key in other ways vital to the social network's future.
The social network continues its quest for e-commerce dollars with new Facebook Gifts partnerships.
A woman in Texas complains that Wal-Mart sold her an iPad that was merely a box stuffed with yellow notepads. At first Wal-Mart refuses a refund, but after a news station steps in, the company concedes there was a scam.