For the first time in four years, Microsoft's chairman beats out telecom mogul Carlos Slim. Other tech execs grace the list this year, including Ellison, Page, Bezos, Zuckerberg, and some newcomers.
Robots, space travel and living in the Matrix. CNET editors from around the globe get personal about the tech that fires them up the most.
Intel's developer conference kicked off this week in San Francisco, with the chipmaker showcasing technology built for everyone from shoppers to bikers. CNET.com's Lexy Savvides has the latest on the company's new twist on personal computing.
It took a whole lot of aluminum to build the world's longest bike, but the record is already under threat.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg saw the biggest jump in wealth among all the people on the list, earning him the No. 11 spot.
This incredibly grating teddy bear plays "Happy Birthday" on repeat until either the battery dies or, more likely, the recipient destroys the bear for good.
As seniors make up a larger and larger percentage of its population, Singapore plans to roll out robotic care-givers to help the elderly exercise.
The Microsoft co-founder unseats telecommunications tycoon Carlos Slim for the first time in four years.
Whether it's the first cordless kettle or a spacecraft for civilians, UK design company Seymourpowell has long created inventions on "the edge of the future." But how do you design a world that doesn't exist yet?
The CEO of the world's largest social network has been unusually public about his and his wife's experiences conceiving and preparing for their child. Now he's talking about how he'll juggle his job as well.
War. War never changes, but Fallout games do. Before Fallout 4 arrives we take a look at the extensive world of the Wasteland and the games that came before.