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Programmers are copying security flaws into your software, researchers warn

Many software developers are cribbing code, and its flaws, that someone else created. And the problem is only getting harder to keep up with.

By June 23, 2015


'Superman III' reimagined as a horror film

Evil Superman battle! Killer computers! Richard Pryor as a hacker! Watch this "Superman III" trailer remade to look like the horror film it probably should have been.

By November 22, 2015


​Mystery startup from ex-Mozilla CEO aims to go where tech titans won't

Brendan Eich, who left the Firefox maker during a firestorm over his anti-gay-marriage views, says his new startup's software will make the Internet faster, safer and better in ways today's Net powers won't pursue.

By November 17, 2015


How will Facebook find the next billion people?

From virtual-reality goggles to free Internet access, the world's largest social network is finding new ways to expand beyond its billion daily users.

By November 4, 2015


​BrewBot hopes its machine will make craft-beer brewing a breeze

Hipster companies and home-brew experimenters may be able to slake their thirst for small batches of beer with little effort thanks to a Northern Ireland startup's $4,000 automated system.

By November 3, 2015


Is DIY security good enough for the CNET Smart Home?

Two do-it-yourself security brands duke it out for ultimate supremacy in the CNET Smart Home. Find out if there's a clear winner or if both systems fall short.

By November 1, 2015


Unity, the invisible but critical ingredient in your favorite games (Q&A)

CEO John Riccitiello has a mission to get more game builders to use Unity's tech and create new forms of fun, such as virtual reality.

By October 22, 2015


Facebook aims to boost tech diversity by appealing to students, parents

New online resources hub offers tips in English and Spanish on how to get started in computer science and the benefits that come with a programming career.

By October 20, 2015


iOS 8 brings big boost for Web programmers

Apple's newest operating system supports WebGL and IndexedDB, two standards that'll make websites much more capable on its mobile devices. Also new: a faster Web with SPDY.

By September 18, 2014


The iPhone 6S siren call: How a curious Android user resists switching

Commentary: CNET's Stephen Shankland has nothing against the iPhone itself. It's Apple's control over its ever-broader product suite that leaves him leery.

By September 23, 2015