The countries are in talks to prohibit first strikes against critical infrastructure, according to The New York Times. The negotiations could lead to first-ever arms-control deal for cyberspace.
GameSpot talks to Blizzard about aggro irritation, console opportunities and building a game with a 20-year plan.
American tech firms are caught in the cross-fire between China and the US over cyberespionage. International politics specialist Shen Yi says this storm isn't likely to blow over soon.
As GPS technology improves and manufacturers innovate, we must raise the bar for what counts as an "outstanding" navigator.
The film era still has some life left in it, but for CNET's Stephen Shankland, digital photography's practical benefits far overpower the retro chic of the analog era.
With the aid of a few apps (and a bit of self-restraint), the Nexus 7 can become the navigation and media center of your car's dashboard.
Continuing aftershocks, darkened shopfronts, and the radiation threat make life in the metropolis a dizzying experience.
The $1.45 billion fine will cause headaches for Intel's sales force, but the AMD-Intel war will still be won or lost primarily on the companies' technology.
Policy analyst Randolph J. May says the Federal Communications Commission should make needed market reforms to communications policy.
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