With CES 2014 in Las Vegas wrapping up, we take a look at our CNET editors' highlights from the show floor.
Yahoo has officially confirmed it's buying Tumblr for $1.1bn, and "promises not to screw it up" -- and that's the official word.
The blogging site will remain a separate entity after the mostly cash deal is completed, Yahoo says, with "the same Tumblr irreverence, wit, and commitment to empower creators."
If Nokia really is working on a true PureView Windows Phone, there are a few things Andrew Hoyle would like it to consider.
Company announces consortium of Web publishers to guide its design the next incarnation of Microsoft's online publishing platform
Rupert Murdoch has admitted 'screwing up' Myspace, and gave his thoughts on CES via his new-found love for Twitter.
The Google executive chairman says the company doesn't want to do anything that could hurt competition in the Android ecosystem.
One of the company's top retail executives says a new staffing system cut retail store employee hours and created layoffs fears, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Here are a few common mistakes entrepreneurs make when they're pitching their startup to angels, VCs, and journalists.
The time is right for cameras with built-in Wi-Fi, but manufacturers don't seem to understand how to make it succeed.