The Science Guy improved in Week 2 of "Dancing With The Stars." Pretending to be Beethoven dancing the paso doble, he lives to dance another day.
Mac accessory maker extends its line of fancy leather cases for literary types to the iPhone 4, and, in a novel twist, turns it into a wallet too.
Huge news day today, with Google's I/O presentation packing about a day's worth of news into a single hourlong presentation--and this is just the first day. We wonder whether Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Chrome OS can exist in the same world, and whether the music labels will ever again get a seat at the table. Plus, why Microsoft bought Skype, cellphones getting disaster notification texts, and the New Yorker comes to the iPad. --Molly
An upcoming puzzle book will give braniacs the chance to win €50,000 by identifying a particular location on Google Earth, adding a digital twist to the traditional treasure hunt.
Most networks have started offering 'unlimited' mobile Internet, but there's a fair-use catch, and smart phones are eating up more data than ever. So how much data is really enough?
This week on the CNET UK podcast, we discussed rising profits at Apple amid its SEC 'issues', plus there's some dramatized feedback from Miss Ella Morton
Natalie Dylan is selling her virginity on Bunnyranch.com, and bidding is up to $3.8 million. But is it really such a simple business deal?
Was there other news today? I guess there's a little news, but it's really all about the Google phone. Which is not a phone. Huh.
Come and take a look at the new MediaSmart TVs from HP. These tellies are so smart they should probably sign up for Mensa
MSN Search will be the corporate sponsor of events of the IQ club American Mensa this year.