At Google I/O in San Francisco, executives announce the company's latest foray into the living room with Android TV. The new software will better integrate smartphones and tablets and help viewers interact and perform a variety of tasks, including searching for videos and controlling playback.
A group of Europe-based Facebook users had asked an Ireland-based judge to investigate the social network's relationship with the NSA. It didn't work out.
John Legere is not happy about Amazon's rumored deal with AT&T to power its rumored smartphone. He takes his gripe to Twitter.
From gadgets to improve dad's golf game to a lawn-mowing robot, CNET's Sumi Das has some high-tech gift suggestions that are sure to stand out.
Chip giant is showing off an even thinner version of its tablet design and announcing collaborative efforts with Acer and other device makers. Also on tap: the desktop, 2-in-1s, and a 3D camera.
Following a T-Mobile e-mail campaign encouraging BlackBerry customers to switch to an iPhone, BlackBerry announces it will no longer sell devices with the carrier.
Google has extended a deal with Nielsen to provide "online campaign ratings" for ads on YouTube -- the Web's biggest video platform -- after testing out such a relationship since November.
Lego's fan project site Cuusoo opened its doors to "Doctor Who" and the entries poured in like a Dalek invasion. Check out the best of the best.
Tired of your boring old Half Windsor? Turns out there are enough ways to tie a necktie to last more than a lifetime.
In a post-Super Bowl campaign, the insurance company said it would give $1.5 million to someone who used its hashtag. Any tweet could be eligible. And then came the garbage.