The dedicated dad who built the NASA Mission Control Desk for his sons hopes to teach them more about space with this impressive simulator. Ground Control to Major Dad, all systems go!
Forget the neckties and wristwatches, and get the Dad in your life the tech he really wants.
A little girl writes to Google and complains that her daddy gets only Saturdays off from the company. And it's his birthday. Google relents.
A Florida headmaster wins an $80,000 age discrimination settlement. Then his daughter has to tell her Facebook friends about it (of course.) This contravenes the terms of the settlement.
This was no boat accident. But it is the ultimate tribute to the most famous shark movie ever made. Crave chats with the crafty fan who may or may not be blamed in future therapy sessions.
A new study shows that people want their health monitored by gadgets. Just not all of their health.
Joe Riquelme, creator of Videoshop, decides there's only one way to repay his parents. The YouTube video of the gift-giving has already enjoyed more than 7 million views.
Engineering professor Danielle George bemoans the idea that when a gadget needs fixing, young people throw it away and buy a new one
2014 proved that every utterance of a company constitutes an ad. But which were the most memorably positive and which simply hurt?
In this week's Ask Maggie, CNET consumer advice columnist Marguerite Reardon cautions readers to think twice about giving a smartphone as a gift. Why's that? It's the gift that keeps on costing.
These aren't the best apps of the year or even the biggest names, but each of these apps surprised me in certain ways that make them all worthy of note at the end of 2014.