"Back to the Future II" makes bold predictions about Oct. 21, 2015, the exact date Marty McFly time travels to. Surprisingly, much of the future tech imagined in the movie is within our grasp.
North Korea has been blamed for one of the most destructive cyberattacks on a company in US history. It's just the latest in a string of hacks sanctioned and funded by governments.
From CNET Magazine: Looking for a way to give back during the holidays? There are apps and websites to help.
Ever wonder what the future of technology will be like? Well, wonder no more: There are plenty of clues about the "next big thing" in our smartphones, homes, cars and more.
If you've shelled out for a high-def TV, you deserve a high-def viewing experience. But you may not be getting one.
Don't spindle or mutilate it, but go ahead and fold these technology products that are something to twist and shout about.
Displays using OLED, or organic light-emitting diodes, are allowing artists to do incredible things with light, color and texture.
Technically Incorrect: So many pressures. So many expectations. So much hassle. It's not surprising that online shopping provides a cocoon of sanity.
Members of the sketch comedy group Loading Ready Run tell CNET about their strange journey for charity, driving from Phoenix to Las Vegas and back again (and again and again) in the game Desert Bus.
Annual awards show comes to Los Angeles next month; Verizon signs on as a sponsor.