Spell for points with a new Google-built Chrome game that pumps up your spelling while testing your word skills.
An Apple patent application shows it's planning on letting you tag and sort through your photos just by speaking.
The man to whom Edward Snowden entrusted his NSA documents isn't content just to save the Bill of Rights and reinvent journalism. He also wants to stop the Internet from becoming history's most dangerous spy tool.
Apple's once-a-year iPhone cycle has been like clockwork. But if it takes longer than expected, Apple's market share could take a hit.
The latest update to Chrome offers a boon to grammarians everywhere: an improved homonym- and spell-checking function, right in your browser.
Not long after Google's Eric Schmidt talks of how apps for Glass will require Google's approval, a renowned hacker/developer gains access to the gadget's operating system. But just what might that mean?
A new version of Vlingo for the iPhone lets you update Twitter and Facebook and send emails just by talking to your phone like a crazy person
"Is That a Word?" author David Bukszpan wanted to improve his Scrabble game, but didn't want to memorize the dictionary. CNET talked to him about the game's unique -- and surprising -- lexicon.
According to a new report, the Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) language app could be reinstated by Apple, depending on how a patent-infringement case goes.
Crave's Donald Bell has a knack for transforming vintage toys into musical instruments. See how he turned Texas Instruments' Speak and Spell into a portable speaker for his MP3 player.