A simple two-player tic-tac-toe is the first game to officially support Google's Chromecast, but it hints at future possibilities for app-to-TV play.
Due for an upgrade but still on the fence about the new iPhones? Press the play button on today's episode, as CNET Editor Scott Stein brings by the new Apple iPhone 5S and 5C along with some behind-the-scenes look at the testing process. You'll learn about True Tone flash, the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, iOS 7 performance tips, and whether or not you should spring for an upgrade.
Due for an upgrade but still on the fence about the new iPhones? Press the play button on today's episode, as CNET editor Scott Stein brings by the new Apple iPhone 5S and 5C along with some behind-the-scenes look at the testing process.
If you're not prone to queasiness, then go ahead and read about artisanal cheeses crafted by scientists from the nose, toe, mouth, and belly-button bacteria of notable people.
Microsoft's $300 million investment not only offers a big cash infusion to beleaguered Barnes & Noble but also sends a message to consumers that it's here to stay.
Facebook has a new messaging app. Available for Android and iPhone, the app lets you send group messages, just like in BlackBerry Messenger.
Free online storage services make it easy to access files from any Internet-linked PC or mobile device. Amazon's Cloud Player is great for music, while Box.net is a sharing champ.
OnStar users will be able to rent their cars through RelayRides using the remote lock/unlock feature of OnStar, giving GM some exposure to peer-to-peer car-sharing services.
Hadoop is getting closer to mainstream adoption, as this Q&A with Visa's technology innovation chief suggests.
The former head of Android leads a project to build robots for manufacturing jobs, YotaPhone brings e-ink to smartphones, and Chromecast adds its first game.