Twitter offers some plaintive tweets from those who, gosh, no, really didn't know a new iPad was coming.
The New York senator says the tech giants have agreed to discuss how it was that apps running on their mobile operating systems violated user privacy.
Sony faces a rare problem: consumer demand for one of its products is outstripping supply.
Will the Microsoft mouse go the way of the horse and buggy? No, but it will become less central to the computing experience.
Next week is the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts. In its honor, Adafruit Industries is launching DIY merit awards. Release a high-altitude balloon? Here's your badge.
Your guide to the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit this week, where startups and research institutions are showing off the latest inventions in cleaner energy.
iPads have been seized in China over a patent dispute, threatening UK sales, and a computer from 2000 is the reason why.
How much would you pay for a server that hosted some of your most cherished gaming experiences?
Ed Weiland thought Jeremy Lin's numbers looked impressive, so he published his thoughts on a basketball site--in 2010. No one cared. But now that site can't handle the traffic.
The iPhone 5 rumors culminated today, 12 September, with Apple's announcement of the iPhone 5 with bigger screen and 4G LTE. Read CNET's iPhone 5 coverage.