The search giant is financing European startup offices, music concerts, art exhibitions and training courses, trying to warm relations as regulators home in on the company, according to a report.
Wanna improve your chances of catching 'em all? Don't hit the road without these affordable extras.
Up, up and away with the two new AudioQuest DragonFly digital converter/headphone amplifiers.
Money from streaming services gave the record industry a massive boost in 2015, though we're still not spending as much as we did on music in the old days.
Google's new Family Library will let you share your account with up to six people, just like Apple's Family Sharing plan from 2014.
Let's get real: You do it, your neighbor does it and we do it, too. But before getting cozy under the covers with your smartphone, consider one of these ways to go to bed solo and proud.
A startup called GetHuman offers to handle your most-dreaded customer service calls for $5 to $25 a pop.
The largest e-retailer usually reports slim profit as it invests in its next new thing. This time was different.
The telecom giant has revived its unlimited wireless-data plan to help sell its DirecTV service. How does the offer work? Is it actually a good deal? CNET has answers.
Going to a summer music festival can mean spending hundreds of dollars on tickets, enduring the crowds and Porta-Potty lines, and trekking from stage to stage to see different bands. But more festivals and concerts are being streamed live, making every seat the best seat in the house and bringing together music fans from around the world. CNET's Molly Wood takes us inside the Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco, Calif.