April is National Volunteer Month. If you’re looking to lend a hand in your community, but don’t know how to get started, look no further than your mobile device. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some apps and Web sites designed to connect people with volunteer opportunities.
The company hopes to do for the nonprofit sector what it's already done for the business world.
Bed rest study aims to simulate possible bone and muscle atrophy astronauts might experience during long space missions. Hopefully NASA will provide participants with lots of DVDs.
Looking for a chance to test drive the HP Elitepad Windows 8 Pro tablet for CNET Australia's TechProbe? We need a few special people to take one for a spin.
Hackers for Charity founder Johnny Long hopes computer and security skills can break the cycle of poverty and keep Uganda from becoming another Nigeria.
Sparked, a recently rebranded version of The Extraordinaries, crowdsources volunteer work so employees can contribute to causes right from the office.
CNET has learned that the Electronic Frontier Foundation will represent member of Icelandic parliament who volunteered with WikiLeaks and is target of a U.S. Justice Department probe.
If you're expecting a visit from Krampus, Santa's mate who punishes the bad kids, we've made it easy to raise your goodness rating with new smart phone apps.
The online encyclopedia's volunteers, who write, edit, and fact-check, are dropping out at a suddenly quickened pace, says The Wall Street Journal.
Layoff program begins December 4, just before spinoff from Time Warner. AOL says cuts will drop its annual operating expenses by $300 million.