In a letter to Google, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration determined that the computer piloting Google's self-driving cars can be considered a driver, for purposes of the car's control placement.
The White House has submitted a massive budget proposal that shows just how serious the president is about cybersecurity.
Check the labels on your clothing. There's a good chance it was made overseas, anywhere but here in the United States. A new Web site is hoping to change that by using technology to connect American factories with American designers. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. says it sees no national security issues to worry about if the Japanese company acquires Sprint.
The nation's largest broadband provider heeds Google's call to make ultrahigh-speed broadband available to the masses. Now it just needs to work out a few details.
Prompted by proposals in New York and California, the bill is the latest twist in a debate over how much privacy you can expect with your everyday gadget.
Technically Incorrect: A simple ad, made with some NFL sponsorship, dramatizes a problem with which the NFL itself is familiar.
CNET's Jessica Dolcourt visited the Timbuk2 factory and personally designed a cool-looking bag. One winner gets to take it home this week.
A huge cache of declassified CIA documents are technically open to the public, but too difficult for most to access. A Kickstarter campaign wants to change that.
Buying a self-balancing scooter? You might want to think twice.