The tech company amps up its app store with a new name, interface, and hundreds of apps.
At CES 2014, Audience's family of processors offer accurate always-on voice command technology in mobile devices, without draining battery.
A new 802.11ac Wi-Fi router comes in a wooden box and includes a screwdriver and antistatic gloves to help customers put it together -- and perhaps to feel more attached to the product.
T-Mobile bucks carrier tradition and offers unlimited free international texts and data. The move is aimed at enticing new customers.
The company needs developers to create more apps for its tablets -- and is willing to give up a little virtual currency to help persuade the devs that it's worth their while.
In its annual post-Christmas debrief, the company also touts the coming expansion of its one-hour delivery service, mobile shopping and Fire TV.
Raising money for medical bills, memorials, sports and other worthy causes are now fee-free on the popular crowdfunding service.
Name the errand and the Facebook campus likely has it covered -- whether you need to see a doctor, apply for a home loan, or get a quick trim. CNET's Sumi Das visits the social network's HQ and speaks to the woman behind the lavish perks.
The typical benefits in Silicon Valley now include massage and five-star food. CNET's Sumi Das visits 1 Hacker Way in Menlo Park to uncover the reason behind Facebook's generous perks.
Microsoft reveals more details about the Xbox One, YouTube's founders launch video app MixBite, and an '80s game gets hidden inside YouTube for Geek Week.