Original works of short fiction with unique perspectives on technology, published exclusively by CNET
Original fiction from CNET's Technically Literate series. In this three-part story, a glass of precious wine leads to a precious technological breakthrough.
Science is all well and good, but getting pregnant might take some magic.
In a battle over same-sex tango, a hashtag can be handy.
Ever since she was a little girl, Kammi had dreamed of going to the Red Planet. Be careful what you wish for.
Amos Abrams finally got his chance to teach a lit class -- in a virtual-reality game. Were those students really just spam bots?
A text message ricochets through a woman's life in "Happy This, Congratulations That."
When it's impossible to distinguish true love from passion induced by an illegal chemical, does anyone really care? Original fiction by Nayomi Munaweera, published exclusively by CNET.
TECHNICALLY LITERATE: Narcissism, addiction, and black comedy? There's an app for that.
TECHNICALLY LITERATE: In the spring of 1943, Ernesto Cuadra believes he is a man. But when a submarine surfaces in the dark sea, and four German soldiers kidnap him, he discovers how little he knows.
Ingenuity, betrayal, and a killer habanero sauce. All these and more in CNET's tech fiction debut.