If you can get it for free on YouTube, Pandora or Spotify, that's what it's worth: nothing.
The next generation of tech-savvy kids review the Apple Watch with mixed results in the latest "Kids React" video from The Fine Brothers.
The Apple co-founder, who often embraces many platforms, says he threw his Samsung smartwatch out after half a day.
Be careful when replacing parts. Poorly made cables can fry a laptop, and iPhones will stop working if the Touch ID button is repaired outside of Apple. It's a lesson some are learning the hard way.
Google's senior vice president of "people operations" reveals that grade point averages mean nothing in hiring. Oh, and Google's going to stop its silly brain teaser tests too.
Cell phone theft is becoming a common crime worldwide. The iPhone in particular is a popular target because of its high resale value. The FCC has announced it is partnering with major cell phone carriers to make stolen cell phones worthless. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
High-street games retailer GAME has gone into administration, having declared shares in the company worthless.
Apple's COO defends the iPhone's high price tag.
Has the withering of "free" over-the-air music radio proved music is worthless? With Sirius's stock hovering around fifty cents, will commercial-free music satellite radio suffer the same fate?
It can happen at any time: market bubbles burst, companies crash and burn, investment portfolios become worthless overnight. Why oh why, against all logic and common sense, do we all fall for bubbles?