The search giant continues its campaign against Mississippi's Jim Hood. Google says his request for company information is an "unjustified attack" that violates federal law.
Check out CNET's coverage of the New York International Auto Show 2014.
The on-demand car service last year said it will cap fares during natural disasters. With a huge snowstorm hitting the East Coast, Uber has the chance to put its money where its mouth is.
The New York attorney general wants more information on a handful of hosts that may be "flagrantly misusing" the platform.
The state attorney general's office fires back after Airbnb's motion to block a request to give up user data.
The nation's top law enforcement officer finds nothing to criticize in the controversial prosecution of Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide months before his criminal trial was scheduled to begin.
A world of mini-skirt, fiberglass car and Paul Newman movie ads awaits you with the New York Times' Madison, a project that asks the public to dig through vintage advertising.
The e-commerce giant may have found a way to get you your order within one hour.
Q&A: CNET met with San Francisco D.A. George Gascon to talk about his push for a smartphone anti-theft bill, which is likely headed to a Thursday vote in California's state senate.
As part of Microsoft's plan to deliver the Windows 10 experience to your computer, tablet and smartphone, the new Office eliminates the need for device-specific versions of Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Martin Freeman began his career in the British version of "The Office" before becoming Bilbo Baggins. Last night, he brought the two worlds together.