CEO Tim Cook says during a Goldman conference that the company doesn't have a Depression-era mindset and the lawsuit filed by David Einhorn's Greenlight hedge fund is a waste of time and money.
The 404 Show's Jeff Bakalar tours the Sideshow Collectibles booth, a toy distribution and production outlet known for the most realistic and detailed figures around.
This 5-foot-tall "Kawakita" Godzilla from Sideshow Collectibles could be your new roommate for a mere $3,000. Just don't expect him to do the dishes.
Clear some space in your living room, your "Star Wars" action figures will be dwarfed by this life-size Han Solo embalmed in carbonite.
The ongoing decline in the PC biz led to a forgettable quarter, but Microsoft's real test starts next week with what its CEO accurately describes as a "new era."
Amazon will fund a third series of the cancelled BBC drama Ripper Street, and will show it before the BBC too.
Researchers discover simply talking about movies with your S.O. can cut the American divorce rate in half; a new "one-ring" phone sex scam could bring the divorce rate back up; The New York Times investigates teenagers leaving malls for a place called "the Internet;" and Facebook celebrates its 10th birthday.
Company's earnings beat Wall Street's expectations, but CEO guessing game about Steve Ballmer replacement continues.
Vevo is one of Chromecast's newest apps, but for Vevo CEO Rio Caraeff, it's one more step in reinventing the music video and taking over the globe, he tells CNET in an exclusive interview.
If Microsoft's outgoing chief executive had listened to Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's incoming CEO would have a much easier go of it.