The Start button is back, and you can boot directly to the desktop, but there's so much more that Microsoft added to Windows in this update.
Michael Birch isn't sure if he can reinvent the site he launched eight years ago, but he plans to have fun trying.
A $20 million media blitz is helping the relaunched network for music fans shed a bad rap.
Things have been a bit crazy since Parker's controversial multimillion-dollar nuptials in an old-growth forest on the California Coast. He talks with CNET's Paul Sloan about being the Internet's punching bag.
The mobile release, which includes a digital radio feature and an animated GIF tool, is part of a two year strategy to bring sexy back to the forgotten social service.
London performances of 60 acts, which also include Jessie J and Thirty Seconds to Mars, can be seen live or on-demand by iOS users every night in September. But only competition winners get free tickets.
Apple's venerable iTunes Store has been around for 10 years, but here's what it needs to make it through another 10.
BlackBerry marketing chief Frank Boulben reveals that the singer and company creative director is deeply engaged in BlackBerry's business. Did she sing as she presented?
Mix infrared light, a camera, and open-source software and you get "Watercolor Walls," a cool interactive art installation that visualizes how light bends to create your silhouette.
Rihanna, the Preservation Jazz Hall Band, and Chuck D had big bumps, according to Amazon.
Shirley Hornstein used her expert Photoshop skills to pretend she knew many famous people and to ingratiate herself in the Valley. Now, it seems, she's decided to reveal why.
Those who sign in or join the new MySpace will be able to stream Justin Timberlake's new track from the site.
Find recipes for July 4 with these foodie apps
The Fourth of July means fireworks, fun and food. If you're planning on a barbecue this weekend, we've got the apps to help you find holiday-inspired recipes.