Love them, hate them, or some where in between, CNET Facebook fans tell us what they think of fitness tracking devices.
Donald Bell thinks fitness trackers don't make him healthy, they make him neurotic. Want to get in shape? Go outside. #nerdrage
If you’ve ever had a stubborn child refuse to do his or her chores, this Tech Minute is for you. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on two websites that can help motivate children to complete their tasks by offering various rewards as incentive.
Security firms and Google reported DOS attacks on Web sites of Vietnamese activists.
Facebook has decided to exert more control over posts that it deems "overly promotional." Ultimately, though, isn't every Facebook post by a company promotional?
Available for Android, iOS, and the Web, this amazing app helps you reach the finish line with fun, high-energy music streamed free of charge.
A new study finds that a group of obese people chose to exercise regularly rather than pay 20 percent more for health insurance, even if they found the program "coercive."
The Sims is one of the few games that still openly permits the use of cheat codes. Here are the codes for the newly launched The Sims 4.
The Japanese messaging app Line may be blocked in China, but it's still raking in cash from merchandise based on its cartoon characters at a huge mall in Beijing.
AT&T pushes an iPad promotion in order to move older iPhone inventory ahead of next month's expected iPhone launch.