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.
An Australian university sends a robot out to herd sheep and cows; also, a brainwave-controlled system expands to allow one person control of up to four drones at once.
The fictional game invented by JK Rowling has turned into a global competition between 21 teams, and this year Australia has taken home the gold.
YouTuber Mark Rober and the hosts of the "Eclectical Engineering" webseries build a gigantic Nerf gun to impress and intimidate family members in the ultimate toy battle.
Sure, it's expensive, but the Focal Utopia redefines what it means to be an audiophile headphone in 2016.
During a speech at the Republican National Convention, the PayPal co-founder calls gender issues a "distraction from our real problems" and says Trump can rebuild an ailing economy.
Our recent hands-on time filled in some major blanks, including the game's Mass Effect-style social elements and semi-open-world structure.
After nearly a year in development, Dubai unveils an open-plan office constructed using an industrial 3D printer.
The Dongguan, China-based smartphone maker is now the fifth largest in the world, climbing the rankings on the back of increased international growth and a changing Chinese smartphone market.
Want slurs with your fries? Learn from Boaty McBoatface. An online promotion tasted pretty terrible for a McDonald's New Zealand site.