Even better, regular Joes and Janes have the chance to chime in on the matter until March.
This past summer, Apple introduced a public beta program for iOS users who were willing to help the company test iOS 9.
Agents Scully and Mulder might have been on the right track believing in extraterrestrial life. The real-life Central Intelligence Agency publishes declassified UFO documents on its website.
Like Segways, self-balancing scooters are not allowed on roads or paved walkways, Britain's public prosecution office has decreed.
After a short invite-only period, Verizon's experiment with a cross-carrier, mobile-only video service will be available in app stores this week.
The move to the popular social media service makes Snowden, the man who revealed government surveillance programs, more publicly accessible.
The preview will first launch in New Zealand but then spread to other countries as Firefox tries to break into the world of iOS.
A new survey outlines how technology is blurring the etiquette rules for what is often private use in public or social settings.
Sony Pictures will offer several of the first software titles arriving on 4K Blu-ray, but Sony Electronics may not have a physical 4K Blu-ray player until 2017.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET checks out a project in New York that will replace old payphones with Wi-Fi hotspots.