The flood of Facebook friend updates continues unabated. Are you ready for it to invade your caller ID, too?
A tracker called Fitbit allows people to log all of their moods and calorie intakes and usages. But its default setting is public, so some users' sexual activity is on Google search for all to see.
You can now let all your friends and family know that you're becoming a parent by adding a life event to your Timeline.
Get more work out of your Android device by using a free predictive onscreen keyboard, security app, file manager, Office clone, and tablet-news aggregator.
BMW created a new portal that lets buyers of custom-ordered 2011 X3s to watch their newly purchased SUV being built at the Spartanburg, SC plant. It's a little like cameras in the delivery room.
Avoid forgetting what you were calling about or what you wanted to ask a caller by using bytNotes.
Getting a lift in a circuit board truck and turning our car into a Tardis made us so happy this week we wagged our robot tail.
Get schooled by CNET editor Jasmine France. This week: the art of finding love on Facebook.
Today on Buzz Out Loud, we preview tomorrow's "awesome" Facebook announcement -- and we hope it's not just Skype integration. Microsoft is getting in bed with Baidu in China, but Cisco is getting in a much dirtier bed with China's government, helping build a massive surveillance system that we're sure will just be used to hand out traffic tickets. Plus, is #antisec officially in a world of hurt? We'll see.
A start-up is trying to change the way ads are handled in casual games by making the spots less obtrusive and potentially more viable for the average marketer.