The new Verizon ad for Motorola's Xoom tablet is, just like Verizon's launch of Droid, high on testosterone. It highlights the ability to play Vendetta.
In an interview, the president of Microsoft's Windows unit tells CNET why he does things the way he does.
With Jasmine on vacation, Donald pulls together an all-star, all-male crew, including Tom Merritt and Jason Howell from Buzz Out Loud, and Dong Ngo and Eric Franklin from Inside CNET Labs.
Leo Laporte joins the cast today to discuss, of course, Steve Jobs' medical leave of absence, the problem with filters (yes, it's the problem you think it is), the future of bendy gadgets, and how to dance like Bollywood.
Thrillist and Digg both threw the first two massive parties of the week, one of which featured '90s nostalgia and the other of which featured lots of dudes.
A report emerges that the San Francisco Giants Melky Cabrera allegedly contributed to creating a fake product and Web site in order to fool investigators after his testosterone levels were elevated.
The new ad network and editorial site is pretty much a testosterone-fueled parallel to Glam. The question is whether either one is equipped to weather the impending ad recession.
The World Cup ain't got nothin' on these Indonesian football players, who swap out the traditional ball with a coconut doused in kerosene and set on fire.
The Call of Duty: Ghosts ad is released. Yes, boys will be boys and Megan Fox will put up with them -- at least for a moment.
Ergen says he wants to change the way ads are delivered to consumers, giving viewers a choice of ads so they can be better targeted.