Your days of Ferris Buellering your parents' car may be numbered. Old man Ford has vowed to bring its virtua-nanny MyKey system to Europe.
New Zealand prosecutors say the hearing to determine whether MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom can be extradited to the United States may get postponed four months.
A British store is so fed up with people coming up to the counter and gassing on their cell phones that it has put up signs to say the next person in line will be served instead.
Police raid the home of MegaUpload's Kim DotCom wielding automatic weapons. Anonymous publishes the Social Security number of a sports promoter who disagrees with them. Are both sides hurting their causes by turning to increasingly tougher tactics?
CNET announces its Tech Car of the Year for 2011, plus the Car Tech 10, 10 additional awards for various achievement in automotive tech.
Forget tablets, forget smartphones. The real mobile platform that matters is the automobile. On this Roundtable, we discuss what's going into cars and how it's getting there, with CNET Car Tech co-host Brian Cooley and Ford product manager Julius Marchwicki.
As a showpiece of the absolute apex of Japanese performance in a road-going car, the Lexus LFA is definitely a car that needs to be experienced.
EA's 2010 video game adaptation of the epic poem is full of eye-popping acts and achievements, and we're starting to hear the first pings of Rockstar-esque controversy.
The Dropcam system is one of the simplest and more affordable DIY Wi-Fi video security solutions we've seen to date.
Parent company Conde Nast tells social-news site to quit running ads promoting marijuana legalization, saying it doesn't want the revenue from them. Reddit's solution: run the ads and don't charge for them.