Don't shrug off the Bash security flaw. Bridget Carey explains how hackers could use it to attack various computer systems -- and even lightbulbs. Also, Amazon is crafting smart-home devices and Apple offers a fix for its botched iOS 8.0.1 update.
The famed Israel psychic has a theory on why some iPhones bend, and he's out to prove it. Hint: it doesn't involve the phones' grade of aluminum.
Brian Cooley discusses why wireless carriers are chomping at the bit to buy available TV broadcast spectrum in an auction set to happen mid-2015.
Although its US business is humming along just fine, international expansion will provide the real growth for the video-streaming company.
Amazon sells virtually everything, but it has never offered the newest iPhones on its site, a testament to the complicated relationship it has with Apple.
The social network is promising more relevant ads, if you're willing to tell it why you don't like the ones you're seeing now.
A high failure rate forces me to re-examine the "value" of cheapie cables, at least for iPhones.
In naming Apple's new smartwatch, is CEO Tim Cook adding his own sense of branding? Or is this the end of iProducts altogether?
Actor Tom Hanks recentlyy debuted a typewriter app for iPads called Hanx Writer. Since its release, Hanx has skyrocketed to the top of iTunes as the most downloaded app. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains the novelty of Hanx and recommends other typewriting apps to download, if you too crave a modern spin on that old fashioned clickety-click of the keys.
CNET takes a look at the pros and cons of the superhard material, and why practical constraints kept it from appearing in Apple's latest smartphones.