Kara Tsuboi talks to CNET News Executive Editor Paul Sloan about what
products, acquisitions, and challenges the world's largest
social-media company will face next year.
The low points of 2012 that the tech giants would rather you forget.
Spotify unveiled a new look for its service in New York today with the help of an unlikely pairing: Lars Ulrich from Metallica and Napster's Sean Parker.
Metallica's Lars Ulrich tried to sue Napster and Parker more than a decade ago at the onset of file sharing. Today the former adversaries joined in praising Spotify.
CEO Daniel Ek says that the streaming music service has accumulated 5 million paid users worldwide and hit a benchmark that took rival subscription services a decade to reach.
As CNET gives thanks this year, we look back at some of the stories we'd rather forget -- the Tech Turkeys of 2012, a memorable list of gobblers, gaffes, and fibs.
Speaking with AllThingsD, Parker discusses some of the hurdles his video chat site has faced since its launch, including executive departures and weak user numbers.
Executives and founders from Microsoft, Dell, Facebook, and Twitter make the list of the top 400 richest Americans.
Business network gets a pair of black eyes, while Flame continues to burn. Also: welcome to IPv6.
For fear of becoming another Chatroulette -- a short-lived video service that showed the world to a generation of flashers -- Airtime tightens its safety policy by taking random secret photos.
The much-hyped Airtime launched today, with Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning running the show. It's a risky bet -- but if it pays off, it could return big dividends to Facebook.
The CNET Minority Report crew chats about a Chatroulette pivot, Microsoft's SmartGlass controller at E3, and breaking down desirability by e-mail domains on today's 404 show.
CNET bought a house!
Take a look inside the house where we will be testing connected locks, thermostats and other smart home products so we can tell a complete story.