The contest lets you nominate anyone, including yourself, who helps make the Web "amazing."
Grab the Note 3, Galaxy S4, and LG G2 handsets for zero cash up front.
In a partnership with General Electric, ride service Uber commandeers a fleet of everyone's favorite time-traveling '80s vehicle for San Francisco customers this weekend.
A Jefferies-CNET survey shows the Photoshop Photography Program drew new customers to the Creative Cloud subscriptions. Its $10 monthly fee is only a fifth of the full Creative Cloud price, though.
Consumers who trade in a working iPad 2 or third-generation iPad will get a $200 gift card.
Drew's Pizzeria in Champaign, Ill., seems to believe it's a fine idea to go on Twitter and offer free pizzas for a flash. Yes, really.
Humility is out. Self-advocacy is in. CNET's Emily Dreyfuss, a member of the Millennial Generation and an ambivalent self-promoter, ponders why we brag the way we do on social media.
The tech retailer is doing it again -- customers now have nine days in which they can trade in a working iPhone 4S or 4 and get a $150 credit for a new iPhone.
Andy Lees, the company's vice president of corporate strategy and development, will be taking on a new role at Microsoft when he comes back from sabbatical.
One of the software giant's head honchos changes gears, going from working with Windows Phone and Windows 8 to becoming the company's head of corporate development and strategy.