The new era of dot-com fortunes spurs plenty of angst aimed at San Francisco's most privileged, but it hasn't stopped tech workers from moving in.
In his first extended comments to the public, Edward Snowden calls on the development community at South by Southwest to create more usable privacy and security tools.
The company declares it won't approve facial recognition in software for its high-tech specs "at this time" -- saying strong privacy protections will need to be in place first.
Glass is indeed an experiment, "a living debate on wearable tech," and much of that debate will center around what app developers do with the high-tech specs.
The startup's platform, now open to the public, creates a play space between the blog and the tweet.
Despite cool capabilities and the best of intentions, Samsung's recent software stumbles on its flagship devices.
Technorati launches a completely revamped site and service, with changes to Technorati Authority, search, and their blog directory.
The software giant demonstrates its touch-optimized operating system to hardware makers at Asian trade show.
45 Minutes on IM: New head of famous tech and innovation center talks to CNET about why he's a good fit, what it will be like to merge his network with that of the lab, and why he's passionate about diving.
Two companies will play major roles in the cloud computing transformation in the next decade, and who they are might surprise you--as well as how they will do it.