On today's show, we talk about Google's newest line of Nexus products and Android "L" (now dubbed Lollipop), HBO's plans to create a standalone app in 2015 and a comedy club that charges patrons by the laugh.
We haven't heard many details about HBO's plans to offer access to its content without a cable subscription sometime next year, but that won't stop us from speculating about how the company might make it work.
Vodafone expands its Red international roaming plans with a AU$1 per minute flat rate for calls, as well as opening up AU$5 per day to more countries.
CNET breaks out the most important things to know when shopping for a new television.
It's the first auction of new wireless spectrum in six years. CNET gets you up to speed on how this will affect your wireless service in the future.
The electronics giant is projecting stronger-than-expected sales this holiday even after delivering better-than-anticipated revenue in the September quarter. The only negative was another drop in iPad sales.
The patent details the use of a Google Glass-style sensor to see when users were looking at both online and real-world advertising.
Carrie Underwood's performance of "Yesterday" triggered 17,090 tweets per minute, while the Emmy awarded to "Breaking Bad" for Best Drama got the highest number at 62,150 tweets in total.
Apple wants to store all of your photos in the cloud; here's what you need to know.
Apple's payment system rolls out at some retailers and promises more protection from hackers. But Zwipe and Plastc have other ideas for changing the way we pay.