BOT Home Automation's Wi-Fi-connected doorbell is due to backers soon. Here's what's changed since its 2012 crowd-funding drive.
The service aims to strike a balance that's not as locked down as a diary and not as public as Facebook. It's from the people behind the PetaPixel photo blog.
Besides connecting millions of users around the world, Facebook is now hoping to connect job seekers with work through its new jobs board. In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Donna Tam discuss this latest social app, how it works, and if it'll take a chunk of the action from sites like LinkedIn.
Kickstarter backers fling money at life-logging camera Memoto, a device that gives you a photographic memory.
According to Fedscoop, he will be leaving the White House imminently, with no word on what he'll be doing next.
If you've noticed some suspicious activity on your Facebook account--messages you never sent, Wall posts you never published, or Notifications you never checked--someone might be logging into your account.
That's the claim made by Trevor Eckhart, a man who posted a video showing Carrier IQ's software being used to document just about everything users do on their devices.
New York iPhone app developer comes up with Bed Bug Alert, an app that maps outs the latest infestations in 10 major cities.
New bill, first reported by CNET, says wireless providers won't have to comply with extensive data-logging requirements backed by law enforcement.
Forthcoming data retention bill would require Internet service providers to store customer information but appears to exempt wireless carriers, CNET has learned.