The Viskin Test, named after a Tel Aviv University cardiologist, is easier, faster, and far less expensive than other screenings, according to new research.
How does a big tech company plan for the eventual or immediate departure of its leader? Two great experts, Beverly Behan and Charles Elson, weigh in.
Adding real e-mail to Facebook has the potential to transform either the social network or the venerable Net communication technology. How open might it be?
Panasonic's professional TH-50PF11UK lacks speakers, stand, and tuner and costs a bit more than consumer models, but solid picture quality helps make up the difference.
In an interview, CNET's Ina Fried speaks with the three filmmakers behind "Catfish"--that other Facebook movie. This one is both a documentary and a thriller.
Wired's Chris Anderson argues that the Web is "dead." While that may not be entirely true yet, it's certainly true that it is shifting into a new phase that will make it quite different to use than we're used to.
IBM's Watson is apparently ready to prove that he has a larger left (and right) brain than any human game show contestant.
The legally explosive concept of regulating Net access under Title II is one for Congress to handle (and reject), argues Stanford Law Fellow Larry Downes.
Making Bill Gates seem a late bloomer, Macedonia's Marko Calasan, at 6, became the youngest known Microsoft certified systems administrator. At 9, he's a computer teacher.
CNET Car Tech takes a listen to the Bowers & Wilkins audio system in the new Jaguar XJ, at 2010 CES.