Technically Incorrect: After defeating the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA playoffs, whoever mans the Houston Rockets Twitter account decides to mimic a horse being shot by a gun.
Technically Incorrect: In a response to a hardly veiled criticism of its phones by Apple's head of design Jony Ive, Motorola President Rick Osterloh suggests Apple's a bit of a gouger.
The new Nissan Murano may take its looks to the extreme, but we found it a very comfortable and accommodating driver.
Edmunds.com, the car research site, releases amusing ads that show a supermarket checkout clerk haggling. Dealers force the site to remove the ads, saying car dealers don't haggle anymore.
Based on a poll of CNET On Cars viewers, Brian Cooley discusses your top five driving outrages.
Google's hard stance against Chrome extensions for Windows hosted outside the Chrome Web Store angers some businesses and their customers.
The search giant's executive chairman lashes out at the NSA's alleged spying on Google data centers in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Technically Incorrect: Visitors to the wax museum think they're posing with an inanimate version of the actor, and then he comes to life. They nearly die.
To thine own Sith be true. The best-selling "Star Wars" parodies continue with "William Shakespeare's Tragedy of the Sith's Revenge: Star Wars Part the Third."
A breach revealed last week affected more people and grabbed more personal information than previously announced, the American Federation of Government Employees said Thursday.