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Scientists believe that using words like "die" and "bury" on Twitter indicate that you might have very difficult tendencies.
Things have been a bit crazy since Parker's controversial multimillion-dollar nuptials in an old-growth forest on the California Coast. He talks with CNET's Paul Sloan about being the Internet's punching bag.
The Call of Duty franchise is to introduce a subscription service called Call of Duty Elite, which will offer map packs and extra online features for gamers willing to stump up a monthly fee.
A study suggests that, in general, recreational gaming is mostly harmless, particularly in boys. However, in some girls, gaming was linked to both serious fighting and carrying a weapon to school.
Airbedandbreakfast.com is a site that encourages people to host and to stay at ordinary people's houses when they're traveling.
CNET's Donald Bell previewed the Zune HD and it brought him tears of joy. But the rest of us think it's about three years too late. We also debate the need for Google to get into the video codec game and whether you need a Pico projector in your camera.
We tell you which gadgets you absolutely can't afford to do without in your next car. Some entertain, some keep you alive, some save you money -- and some help you lose your licence
Part 2 of a three-part series on computer hacking within the Echo Boom generation. How do those in the Echo Generation use online social media for hacks?
What motivates rich, high-powered CEOs of prominent public companies to unnecessarily risk everything, against all logic and ethical principals? What drives them to commit unspeakable acts that defraud companies of billions of dollars? And what can we do
A technology to remind you of someone's name when you shake their hand sounds like a great idea. But does it provide an unfair advantage, or worse, rob you of your humanity?