It's not the concept, it's the execution that makes this Skype competitor work.
Ian McHale of the University of Salford in England produces a vast statistical analysis in order to determine which country will actually lift the most prestigious sporting prize in the world.
Mike Arrington has his final say--let's hope. So did Dave Winer. And now, Charles Cooper swears this is his final post on "l'affaire FM."
The latest version of the iPhone's system software is coming soon to an Apple handset near you. Here's a breakdown of what's new.
CNET News.com Editor in Chief Dan Farber and reporter Caroline McCarthy wrap up the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco and discuss the current Web 2.0 boom and how long it will be sustained.
Redmond says laid-off workers who were accidentally paid too much will be able to keep the excess.
Cupid was sweet this week on the environment, with Congress earmarking billions for energy and even Google crashing the smart-grid party. Also: Microsoft planning retail stores.
CNET readers write about their most vivid memories of the groundbreaking Macintosh.
Responding to the down economy, Cisco, Yahoo, Seagate, and others are forgoing booth exhibits at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Its multitouch feature is clearly its most tactile improvement, but just how widespread that feature will be implemented remains to be seen.