This week on the CNET Tech Review: Google+ and Facebook face off with video chat features; new headphones and speakers make listening easy; fix your parents' PC with your iPad; and the Contour+ HD sports camera hits the road.
Saying it was "stunned" by its mistake, the company will issue a software update to fix how it calculates signal strength on its iPhones. So does that settle things, really?
Microsoft--furious over a recent talent grab of its top ad exec by Facebook--has been considering a wide range of options, including legal action to block the move, according to sources.
Access to the site has been going in and out for several users across the U.S., CNET News has noted. The site has not confirmed outages.
With content picked just for you, the Facebook-owned app hopes to send you down a never-ending path of discovery.
The company pokes fun at Apple's newly named tablet with an ad that says the Kindle Fire HDX is "Lighter than Air."
A new book about humor describes a scientific experiment searching for the joke that is truly the funniest. One million people rated jokes. CNET blogger Chris Matyszczyk wonders if the winner will make you laugh.
You spend more than three weeks a year looking at your phone, according to new figures -- four years over the course of your life.