American drivers toss out more than 300 million tires each year. A new study shows that 88 percent of auto repair shops recycle the old tires.
Automotive News reports on Nissan's claim that battery repairs for the Leaf electric car would cost less than a thousand dollars, as only individual modules would need replacing.
The magnetic mats, now available on iFixit.com, offer an illustrated guide to tearing down an iPhone.
Haynes, the well-known publisher of automotive repair manuals, moves from print to the Web, making its top 50 manuals available to home mechanics.
Dong Ngo joins us to discuss how he re-wired his house for gigabit networking. Plus, your questions answered, including rescuing old laptops from evil malware, and stretching out battery life on a MacBook.
Work to replace a suspect electrical distribution box in the shuttle Endeavour's engine compartment that triggered a scrub Friday will delay another launch attempt to Mother's Day at the earliest, NASA says.
Google need not reverse its new Google+ mechanism for sharing Reader items, but the redesigned site needs other repairs.
During a road trip to the Southwest, CNET visits the 30-megawatt San Luis Solar Plant, which will have only two people managing a giant field of 110,000 high-efficiency solar panels.
Instead of idolising R2-D2 and C-3PO, the world would be in much better shape if the robotics industry focused on solving real problems, even if they're mundane, ugly or dangerous, says iRobot CEO Colin Angle.
A study has shown Android phones fail more often than iPhones, BlackBerrys, Windows Phones, and basically everything.