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Criminal hackers can sniff your traffic and attack your computer through your unsecured Wi-Fi network. Seriously.
A new Web site lets strangers create profiles for other people, then say things about them that can never be removed. Gosh. What could go wrong?
With its new console set to hit shelves on November 15, Sony's Yasuhiro Ootori gives Wired a peek at the innards of the PlayStation 4.
We're proud to introduce CNET's Spanish-language sister site, many months in the making.
Experience a real sports car, get blinded by what's next in headlight tech, and meet five cool, connected cars you can actually afford.
Software developers believe Microsoft's selection of Satya Nadella as its new CEO will help strengthen ties that have strained or frayed over the years.
Don't look for an Android-powered Wall-E anytime soon, but Google's recent move toward robotics signals a big momentum shift getting under way.
Just say it: in-flight Wi-Fi is expensive and painstakingly slow. But if you're going to purchase it anyway, here are a few tips that'll get more bang for your buck.
Legal and tech specialists debate whether open Wi-Fi networks should be fair game for sniffing, but they agree that the law is currently unclear on the issue.
TalentBin has added the U.S. Patent Office's database to its tool for matching employers with job prospects. Don't be frightened.