If you love platform-style puzzle games that require substantial brainpower, then Tiny Thief is a worthwhile purchase, even with its $2.99 price tag.
Suffering from boring, uninspired gameplay, Thief is nearly dead on arrival. Plain and simple, it's just not fun to play.
Technically Incorrect: An Ecuadorian musician with a GoPro on a selfie stick is attending the pope's visit when he is accosted by an alleged sinner.
After a woman's iPhone was taken at a bar, she says she found dozens of selfies by a stranger that were being automatically uploaded to her Facebook.
Technically Incorrect: A Florida woman is on her local police department's Facebook page when she sees a picture of a wanted man. It is her son.
Bandai Namco's RPG launches in April, but you can watch the opening cinematic now.
Almost 2 billion people around the world use smartphones -- typically worth hundreds of dollars a pop on the black market. A former smartphone thief explains their allure to street criminals.
A patent granted to the tech titan details a "delivery receptacle" designed to make sure you actually get your packages.
As you use your mobile phone for tasks like shopping and banking, it's more important than ever to make sure a thief can't access your personal information. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis has some ways to close security loopholes and keep your phone and data safe.
Mike Geller allows a stranger to try on his Google Glass in New York City. What happens next makes for difficult viewing. But is it for real?