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The company known for its wireless routers and accessories is amping up its efforts in automated home products, switch by switch and pipe by pipe.
analysis Amid skepticism and name-calling ("Glassholes!"), Google makes a strategic effort to bring wearable computing to the mainstream.
When I learned that my PayPal account has been hacked, I didn't know it would lead me to discover a world where scammers are scammed and economies are crumbling through a crime I'd never heard of before.
Many programs available through the Mac App Store are standalone single-purpose tools and will not be affected by Apple's sandboxing requirements, but others will be forced to lose functionality.
Google has finally unveiled its own Android-powered tablet, but with just months before Microsoft's Windows 8 Surface enters the tablet market, we wonder whether the Nexus 7 is enough.
Devices using iOS and the future Windows RT hobble third-party browsers. Despite some good reasons for doing so, the change could undermine browser competition.
CNET's Donald Bell rewinds the clock to look at how Apple won the MP3 player wars and what lessons competitors should take away from this industry-shaping battle.
Devices like the Audrey and Netpliance I-opener lived a short life, but paved the way for modern-day Net gadgets like the Kindle, iPad, and Xbox 360.
CES 2010 had us rolling in tablets. So far, the iPad pretty much stands alone. So, what happened to all those shiny slates, and by the time they get here, will it already be too late?
Finnish handset giant opts for the Linux-based OS for its flagship N-series phones, reflecting how mobile phones are becoming general-purpose computer.