Daughter of Don West -- the lawyer defending George Zimmerman, the man who shot the black teen -- posts an image of herself and her dad eating ice cream, with the caption "We Beat Stupidity." West admits it was "grossly insensitive."
Google's superfast Internet service launched a year ago in Kansas City. CNET's Marguerite Reardon takes a look at the impact it has on the local startup scene.
An oddly shaped supernova remnant may contain our galaxy's most recent -- and closest -- black hole.
The Super Bowl offered a great script for a blowout evening of tweeting, peaking at 231,500 tweets-per-minute during the power outage and 268,000 tweets-per-minute at the end of Beyonce's half-time show.
OK, it's a documentary for "American Experience," about Robert Noyce, Fairchild Semiconductor, Intel, and the birth of Silicon Valley. But just look at those vintage suits.
Indiegogo campaign looks to raise funds for PBS and the huge flightless bird that became a Twitter superstar during the Obama-Romney debate in Denver last night.
With names like "LulzSec Reborn," "MalSec," and "SpexSec," hacking groups are cropping up in the wake of LulzSec arrests and Anonymous dissatisfaction.
Microsoft's new ARM-enabled operating system is expected to create a new kind of low-cost laptop based on ARM processors. Low-end Intel- and AMD-based laptops may see serious market erosion.
With a slew of security breaches and cyberattacks, the second quarter was "one of the worst on record" for security, says a new report from Panda.
The most power efficient of Intel's Core i series of processors will debut in new laptops, starting this month.