One developer and statistics pro has turned his eye to what makes up the music of Guns N' Roses, proving that when it comes to 80s rock, the hair was high, but the standard deviations were higher.
The social network releases its ethnic and gender data for the first time, saying it has a lot of work to do to become more diverse.
Technically Incorrect: AOL's quarterly earnings report throws up a glorious statistic about how slow some are to change their habits.
While 57 percent of bachelor's degrees are earned by women, just 12 percent of computer science degrees are awarded to women, according to Code.org. CNET sat down with several girls, sixth graders to high school seniors, who are already working to change that statistic and have advice for girls who want to start to code.
Technically Incorrect: A piece of research that damns humanity's fickle nature suggests that those on the popular hookup -- ahem, dating -- app aren't all they claim to be.
Technically Incorrect: A study by social network On.com claims there's a time of day when it's best to post photos. And would you believe that photos with women in them get almost 6 times the "likes" of photos with men?
Technically Incorrect: A UK government study blames an addiction to social networks for a vast increase in driving while viewing cell phones.
Technically Incorrect: Not knowing why a Florida man died suddenly, and having been told an obit requires a cause of death, his family honors the man's sense of humor and love for comic books.
With a vote looming on new rules for Internet access, Tom Wheeler talks candidly with CNET News in an exclusive interview about legal challenges, President Obama's role and being the butt of late-night TV jokes.
2014 proved that every utterance of a company constitutes an ad. But which were the most memorably positive and which simply hurt?