A new report says Bob Mansfield, a former head of hardware engineering at Apple, is now driving Project Titan.
New information reveals specific details for the Note 7's iris scanning, Google Maps cleans up, and Bubble Zoom makes it easier to read digital comicbooks.
Despite struggling with weak phone demand, the company manages to report better-than-expected quarterly results.
BlackBerry's Scott Wenger gives a walk-through of the security features and specs of the DTEK 50.
To help offset real-estate demand in Menlo Park, Facebook is constructing 1,500 housing units and dedicating a percentage of that for low-income families.
The launch of same-day delivery option to Indian customers further captures Amazon's commitment to India.
After 18 months, Solar Impulse's sun-powered circumnavigation is complete, as the pilot hails a "new era in aviation."
Amazon's long-developed Prime Air drone delivery system may see its first application in the UK.
CNET interviewed Yahoo co-founders Jerry Yang and David Filo in October 1995 when the web portal was taking off as the coolest kid on the internet.
Technically Incorrect: A survey asks consumers which companies represent innovation. Neither Apple nor Samsung do as well as they used to.
No more speculation. If all goes to plan, Verizon will combine Yahoo's internet business with AOL.
We also discuss the kickoff of the Democratic National Convention, and San Diego Comic-Con 2016.
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