Refugees and migrants came to these Nordic countries in record numbers in 2015. Some Swedes and Finns are using Facebook and Twitter to voice opinions that would have seemed unthinkable a few years ago.
In her latest clip, robotics video-blogger Simone Giertz proves that a robot is no match for a stubborn jar of peanut butter.
Technically Incorrect: On Saturday, the Republican candidate offers another of his instant musings on America. Not everyone is moved.
It takes someone with superhuman balance and nerves of steel to unicycle and juggle on top of a tall, crumbling structure. Meet Flaviu Cernescu.
The social network adds a more automated design that strips human-written descriptions from its list of popular topics, following months of criticism over how it displayed news stories.
This fan-made trailer for "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" gives you exactly what you never wanted -- more Jar Jar Binks.
Some potential bugs on Amazon could be unnecessarily costing customers of its grocery service a lot more money.
This viral video shows you how to use Liquid Paper, Sharpie pens, scented markers and glitter glue for something more artistic than school and office work. If you're into that sort of thing.
The list of hugely popular little drawings on your phone are going to expand again, making your life a little more colorful, one message at a time.
The social network restores the account of a sports writer suspended for posting a GIF of US gymnast Aly Raisman.
Both Nordic nations are stretched thin processing thousands of new asylum seekers. The tech industry is lending a much-needed hand.
The "Thor: Ragnarok" actors prove they're superheroes in real life by taking a break from the movie set and making an unexpected visit to an Australian hospital for kids.
A pill for love?
CNET's tech-oriented short fiction explores a world where love comes in a capsule.