Apple is replacing batteries for some iPhone 6S owners whose phones keep shutting down unexpectedly. Find out if you're on the list.
Commentary: The famous physicist pleads for humans to work together, as this is "the most dangerous time for our planet."
The social network pledges $20 million to help its Silicon Valley neighbors buy and keep homes in an eye-wateringly expensive housing market.
Today we celebrate the legacy of Justin Yu at CNET as we send him off in style.
Beware of buying a counterfeit Apple charger online. A UK investigation found hundreds of fake chargers dangerous, failing basic safety tests.
Christmas comes early for the social network as it gets app startup Yes and a new head of product in a package deal.
NES Mini not available? Super Mario Maker is a pretty decent portable consolation prize.
Today's biggest tech stories include Apple's use of drones for map data and AngelList's acquisition of Product Hunt. Plus Fitbit acquires Pebble only to close down its product line.
Andrew and Katie discuss Nokia's upcoming Android phones, Ofcom's battle with BT and what happens when you go to an all-night cat rave.
Mainframe computers he helped to develop ushered in the modern computing era.
Is Apple really working on a foldable iPhone? The iPhone 8 might not get an OLED display and Tim Cook says Air Pods will begin shipping in the next few weeks.
For startups, having formal plans to address diversity just isn't a priority.
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The tiny $60 Nintendo entertainment system is currently sold out in most places, but you still may able to snag one...eventually. Here are the places giving gamers hope, and those that have shut down sales.