For Road Trip 2015, CNET went to San Jose, California, to talk with Vietnamese Americans who traveled a long way to get to where they are today.
Parrot and Volvo partner to adapt the Android-powered Asteroid infotainment platform and its accompanying app market for use in Volvo cars.
A new BlackBerry has been revealed -- but it's not for you, unless you're a BlackBerry 10 app developer.
The high-speed, high-altitude jump lacked one key angle during the live stream, but some sleuths have compiled near cosmic footage from Felix Baumgartner's chest-mounted camera.
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Why does Amazon seem determined to enter the tablet arena without its best tablet?
Most people are betting that Amazon.com will unveil its new Android tablet on Wednesday. But could it also introduce a new e-ink reader? Here's the skinny on all the possibilities.
The latest details suggest that Amazon is working on budget-friendly 7- and 10-inch tablets, and if the prices prove true, they could present a big threat to today's Android tablets.
Brian Cooley invades the studio! Bing uses your Facebook social graph to help you make better...Decisions. T-Mobile lets you make Wi-Fi calls for free, but that will probably go away if the merger with AT&T happens. Another reason not to like it. Plus, the Power Point versus Keynote debate rages on!
"Hey, Buzz Crew ..." Google seems to be building out a version of Chrome OS for tablets, which we're calling their "double rainbow" strategy: it breaks your brain. Plus, what Epsilon knew about their social phishing vulnerabilities, and when they knew it. Samsung cuts tablet pricing again, why we're never using Pandora again until we get an email from Tim Westergren, and a seriously old-school hacker story. --Molly